Pre-School

 

Arwo Learning Center works closely with parents to provide the highest quality care and education for children because your child’s learning, development and happiness can translate into future success in school and beyond. We believe that children thrive when parents and teachers establish strong relationships through respectful communication and collaboration. We look forward to partnering with you!

 


We teach a love for learning

 

The primary goal of Arwo is to treat each child as an individual who actively learns at their own pace and in their own style. The environment, activities, and social interactions are designed to stimulate individuality, positive self-esteem, communication skills, and a life-long desire to learn. Through integrated experiences in all areas of the curriculum, the center fosters the growth of the whole child – emotionally, socially, cognitively, physically, and creatively.

 


We are healthy

 

We understand that food provided during care at Arwo has an important impact in the growth of children and development of future eating habits. Arwo is a proud participant of the USDA’s Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) which means that meals served here must meet nutrition requirements.

 

NUT-FREE ZONE: Due to an increase in children with nut allergies, we attempt to be a nut-free zone. Please keep this in mind if you want to pack lunch for your child, or providing snacks for the classroom during special occasions. This includes peanuts as well as tree nuts such as almonds, cashews, walnuts, pine nuts (pinoli), etc.

 

At Arwo we serve healthy plates with:

Fewer Added Sugars Lots of Vegetables  Plenty of Fruits Good Source of Protein whole grains Less Salt and Sodium

 


We are multicultural

 

Arwo will provide high-quality early education, inclusive of all young children and their families, by fostering a sense of community and encouraging the children to discover new things about themselves, their friends, and the world around them. Our multicultural approach is expressed in our classrooms, each of which embodies a global theme. We celebrate ALL holidays and invite our families to share their cultural beliefs and traditions with the Arwo Community.

 


We love to communicate

 

At Arwo, we believe in the importance of open communication between parents and staff. This open communication provides consistency for the child and a balance of school and home. Parents and teachers work together to benefit each child.  Parents are welcome to visit and volunteer in their children’s classroom.

  • Staff communicate daily with parents about their child’s progress during pick up and drop off
  • Teachers utilize childcare daily reports to notify parents of daily activities, mood, eating habit, bowel movements and upcoming events.
  • Arwo distributes Monthly Classroom newsletters and Seasonal Center Newsletter for parents
  • Open door policy with our Director
  • Email reminders/notices of center happenings
  • Share fun moments on our Facebook page

 

 


We take playtime seriously

 

Playtime at daycare makes children happier and improves concentration during lessons. Increasing the amount of time our kids spend actively and freely playing is good for their physical and mental health, development and independence.  At Arwo there are designate time for Free Play at the beginning and end of each day in addition to outdoor time.  We have seen that giving children free play time to spend as they wish helps them to relax and recharge their batteries.

 

 


 

Schedule a Tour

Visit our center and discover how our approach to daycare and preschool can really put a smile on your child's face. We host walk-in tours and tours by appointment. We do encourage appointments so that we can give you our undivided attention. Tours typically take 15-30 minutes during which you will have an opportunity to view our classrooms, learn about our programs and meet the director and staff. We know you’re going to love Arwo and we can’t wait to meet you.
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