Summer Session 2019 July 8 – 26

Our three week summer session is designed with outdoor play in mind, creating experiences with sand and water, artistic and creative expression, as well as tending our flower and vegetable gardens, and engaging in plenty of physical activity.  Continuity of interests are preserved in between school years for children, and new families and children can make relaxed transitions to the school environment.  We look forward to having you join us!

2-Day Morning Summer Session

Tuesday and Thursday Mornings from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., for ages 18 months to 3 years (parent attends with child up to 2 1/2 years old).

Fee: $100

3-Day Morning Summer Session

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Mornings from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., for ages 3-4.

Fee: $150

Afternoon Summer Session

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Afternoons from 1-3 p.m., for ages 4-6.

Fee: $150

Register for the Summer Session Here

Spring 2019 Toddler Discovery and Parent Enrichment Session

10 Week Session

Saturdays, January 19 to March 23, 9 to 10:30 a.m.

Cost: $175

Sessions include printed material for families, snacks for children, discussion topics and impromptu conversation, and a fun parent-only information session.

Register Here

Fundamentals of Early Education

Parents will join with Our School teachers to explore relevant activities and topics that challenge children to explore and integrate their interests, acquire knowledge, and build new skills, gaining in the process self-confidence, pride in growth, and learning to love learning.

Discussion topics and impromptu conversations include:

What is developmentally appropriate play?

How do I support building my toddler’s relationships with other children?

How does attachment influence the development of my child’s social competence, thinking and reasoning skills?

What materials and environments nurture my toddler’s curiosity?

Discipline: What particular approaches work?

Exploring aggression and bullying in toddlers.

Technology and the toddler.

We Embrace…

Purposeful Play

Children are active participants in their learning with intentional observation and support from teachers.

Plentiful Materials

A wealth and variety of materials allow children to learn through observation and experimentation.

Social Emotional Growth

A child’s development is nurtured through a foundation of attachment theory as well as relationships, family and parental involvement.

Outdoor Exploration

The expansive outdoor classroom includes a changing playground designed to challenge physical development, and nearby open spaces provide regular exploration.

Integration of Subject Matter

Emerging literacy, scientific creativity, and mathematical curiosity are integrated daily.

Lifelong Learning

Children complete their preschool education prepared to transition to kindergarten and beyond, maintaining their creativity, curiosity, and ability to investigate with a strong social foundation.