Family involvement is a critical component of early childhood programs at the Early Learning Center. Parents are the first and most important teachers of their children. Therefore, it is essential that they be actively involved in their children's education. A variety of family involvement options are available. Examples include: parent education workshops, opportunities to volunteer in the classroom and parent-child activities.
Teachers visit with the students' families throughout the year.
Families are encouraged to come to the ELC and create their own gingerbread house with their children, in their child's classroom.
Parents are invited into the Early Learning Center to meet with their child’s teacher two times per year.
Throughout the year the Early Learning Center offers parent workshops on a variety of topics including behavior and academics.
The Early Learning Center knows how important it is for children to have books.
Tucker Turtle is our school mascot for the Positive Behavior Intervention.