Attention, Caring & Sharing
Progressive Measures + Our Curriculum
School Progress, our goal-based program, is intended to precisely meet the evolving needs of children in this age group. Schoolers will start to accomplish goals in several developmental areas:
Approaches to Learning
The ability to solve problems, explore the world around them, become more independent.
The ability to communicate effectively using sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; ability to understand and respond to the communication of others.
The ability to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; increasing awareness of health and safety concepts.
The ability to interact with others and their increasing awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding of their relationships with others, such as family, friends, community members.
The Schooler Program makes use of age appropriate equipment for the older child ages 6 years through 12 years. Time is provided for relaxation, socialization and assistance with homework after school. Schoolers are encouraged to explore current events, read challenging books and discover the worlds unknown. When schoolers are out of school for holidays, etc., we enjoy taking them on enriching field trips for multicultural and social experiences.
At Stepping Stones, children realize all the thrills of youth while building solid social and scholastic foundations. Our kids learn to respect each other and how to work with one another all while having a ton of fun. Here, they get to explore the wonders of learning.
As an early childhood development center science, technology, engineering, and math are incorporated into everything we do in our classrooms. Our synergistic, cultivating classrooms offer curriculums that work from infant care to school-age.
Peace-of-Mind For You and Them
Safety and Security Come First
We work hard to provide you with peace-of-mind, from the second you drop off your kiddo, until the minute you pick them up. At Stepping Stones, we preserve a safe space, from the front door, to the classrooms, to the playgrounds, where educators are able to give personalized, nurturing care to each and every child, so they may learn, play and grow.