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Educational Philosophy

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All Saints Preschool provides quality educational services, with trained Early Childhood Educators presented in a Christian environment of love and mutual respect.

The developmentally based curriculum gives children opportunities to grow socially, emotionally, physically and cognitively at their own rates and in an atmosphere where they can feel comfortable, happy and successful. We believe that all children are born ready to learn, environments matter, relationships are influential and communication is critical.

We strive to ensure that children feel welcome from the moment they walk into their classrooms.

All Saints Preschool provides quality educational services, with trained Early Childhood Educators presented in a Christian environment of love and mutual respect.

The developmentally based curriculum gives children opportunities to grow socially, emotionally, physically and cognitively at their own rates and in an atmosphere where they can feel comfortable, happy and successful. We believe that all children are born ready to learn, environments matter, relationships are influential and communication is critical.

We strive to ensure that children feel welcome from the moment they walk into their classrooms.

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Snacks

Children in our program provide the snack for classmates on a rotating basis. We try hard to reinforce good nutritional habits as stated in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Child and Adult Care Food Program guidelines and as recommended by the NAEYC Accreditation Criteria for Health Standard.

Packaging

For easy distribution and cleanliness, snacks should be individually wrapped. Commercially prepared packaged foods in factory sealed containers work well.

Nutritional Guidelines

When choosing a healthy snack, please try to choose from the fruit, grain and vegetable food groups.

Allergies

We offer a peanut-free environment. Children who have peanut allergies cannot be exposed to any peanut products. Surprisingly, peanuts are a common food ingredient, so we ask parents to check the ingredients listed on prepared food packages. Also, in addition to peanuts or peanut products, please do not send grapes, cookies, marshmallows, candy or popcorn as a snack.

Birthdays

We enjoy celebrating birthdays with each of our children by singing “Happy Birthday” and giving the child a crown or badge to wear. The birthday child blows out candles on a “fake cake”. To be consistent with and to promote healthy food practices, we ask parents not send cake, cupcakes or cookies.

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