The Toddler Program is a play-based program that focuses on social-emotional development and is both a transition to a school setting and a means to further the healthy separation between parent and child. Successful separation helps to transfer the child's trust from family to school. As an important part of this process, one or both parents must attend with the child until separation occurs. The results are a happier first experience in autonomy for the child and a sense of security for the parent.
Children must be two years old before July 1, 2020 to enter our 2020-2021 Toddler Program.
The Toddler Program consists of two classrooms, each with 15 children being led by two master teachers. Full-day (8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) and half-day (8:30 a.m. - noon) options are available. Before and after school daycare is not offered in the Toddler Program.
The Toddler Program includes indoor and outdoor activities designed to focus on helping each child build a sense of community and self. Children flow between the classroom and yard to various learning centers that engage their small and large motor muscles as they develop language skills.
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|December 1, 2019
Application deadline for 2020-2021 school year
|October - January
| Interviews with parents only
|February 6, 2020
| CEE emails Toddler Program admissions decisions