Mission and Vision

Let Us Introduce Ourselves

We are a registered ministry of Woodmar United Methodist Church. Community Preschool and Childcare is a high quality, level 3 Paths to Quality program and certified with CCDF, Child Care Development Fund and On My Way Pre-K provider. Our Program is committed to allowing each child to explore, experience and discover, in a safe, stimulating and loving environment appropriate for their developing needs.

We at Community Preschool and Childcare believe that our program is a ministry designed to show us how all children can thrive and develop in an atmosphere of love and respect for the well-being of others, regardless of differences. we respect the dignity and contribution of each child as a gift from God.

We look forward to building relationships with the families we serve. We will provide opportunities for families to interact with other families, community resources, professional resources and spiritual resources. We hope to partner with families as part of an ongoing reciprocal relationship to support the healthy development of each child.

 

       Enriching the mind and nurturing the spirit, one child at a time.

 

Mission Statement

Community Preschool and Childcare will provide a quality educational program and childcare in a Christian environment for children ages two through five years.

Philosophy

Community Preschool and Childcare adheres to a developmental approach in curriculum planning. The developmental approach is used to set up a stimulating environment that promotes learning on an individual basis, as well as establishing a group atmosphere that will facilitate the use of each child’s present and potential abilities. Opportunities are provided to expand knowledge through exploration, investigation, assimilation, and reflection.

Goals

  • To accept each child as unique.
  • To provide a safe, healthy and stimulating environment, which promotes curiosity and enthusiastic hands-on learning.
  • To encourage the development of self-esteem and confidence to try new activities.
  • To nurture trust with adults and children away from family.
  • To interact with parents to help each child develop socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
  • To provide a balance of outside large motor play and indoor quiet play.
  • To summarize each child’s development through informal assessments.
  • To interact with parents and community helpers in planned activities.
  • To form a reciprocal relationship with families.