As an alternative to center care we take great pride in our low staff turnover which promotes continuity of care thus building high self-esteem and strong bonds between staff and children. Families are important to us; to foster community within our program we host events throughout the school year. Some of the events that we host are: pumpkin patch, fishing and a sign language class.
We feel that children should grow up in communities, in neighborhoods, with room to explore nature and see the grass, the sky and the elements. We go outside everyday rain or shine. We have a yard that children can play in, a sandbox made for digging and many bikes, balls and other toys to help with small and large motor skills. With 16 children per day, we stay small so that children can grow. At In a Child’s Path, we care when you’re not there.
We believe that it is important to stay up to date on education and certification. Our director is a member of the following organizations: