The infant program is for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 months. The program follows your child’s established schedule. Each baby has her/his own crib, eats in a high chair, enjoys floor time, and has outdoor time in a stroller. Stories are read and music is played for their listening enjoyment.
This program is for children 12 months to 24 months. The children have floor play, eat at the table or in low-high chairs, sit on chairs, sleep on low cots, have art experiences, hear stories, sing and dance, and enjoy outdoor playground activities.
This class is for children 24 to 36 months of age. Children will work on potty training (when prompted by the child and his/her parents), group listening skills, art/, large and small muscle development, verbal communication, emotional and physical growth, and outdoor playground activities.
Children age three and four two years prior to entering Kindergarten are in classrooms on the second floor of the facility. Primary interest is in fostering self help skills and to support them in developing healthy, caring relationships with peers, teachers, and family. The children will be encouraged to be independent by developing good hygiene and toileting skills.
This class is for children who will enter Kindergarten within one year. A variety of experiences will be offered, by a teacher who is certified by the state of West Virginia in pre-Kindergarten and Elementary Education, with the goal of supporting each child to reach the outcomes of the West Virginia Early Learning Standards. A more structured program is followed and progress reports are given daily.