Following the NJ State standard, the curriculum balances teacher-planned and child-initiated learning, emphasizing responsiveness to children’s strengths, interests, needs, and learning styles. Nationally known for being forward-thinking, comprehensive, and rigorously researched, the curriculum helps teachers plan and implement content-rich, developmentally appropriate programs that support active learning and promote children’s progress in all developmental areas.

  • Children develop a sense of trust, competence and initiative
  • Acquire learning and problem-solving skills
  • Expand logical thinking and verbal communication skills
  • Acquire concepts and information leading to a fuller understanding of the immediate world.
  • Develop beginning reading skills
  • Acquire beginning writing skills
  • Use all senses in learning

Community Outreach & Field Trips

Our assignment is to teach children the gift of giving back to their community, the gift of volunteerism and caring for others. In return, several local companies and organizations lend out a hand and expose the children to several subject matters of importance. Here is a listing of our community partners:

  • Jude Hospital
  • Newark Museum
  • Newark Health Department
  • Mobile Dentists (Smile Dental Program)
  • Rutgers University’s Paul Robeson Center