Growing Tree is proud to report that we have received a 3-Star Quality Program rating. That means we meet essential evaluation standards that support quality early learning for all children in the areas of: Learning and Development, Health and Safety, Personnel Qualifications, Family Partnerships, and Administration and Business Practices.
Researchers have found that young children in high quality early childhood care and education settings have better development of language skills, cognitive functioning, social skills, and emotional well being.
Brain research shows that high quality early child care experiences expand your child's capacity to learn. Responsive and sensitive caregiving actually helps a child's brain grow and develop.
Healthy child development depends on warm, nurturing caregiver-child relationships, a supportive environment, and appropriate activities which are found in high quality care and education settings.
Children in high quality care have higher levels of success when they enter school. continue to do well in school, and have higher earning potentials as adults.
Current research shows that a child's self regulation skills are a significant indicator of later school success and overall healthy development. High quality early childhood programs foster self regulation.
Studies have shown that investing in high quality early childhood care and education pays multiple dollars for each dollar invested. Communities who invest in high quality care save money on remedial education, incarceration, and drug and alcohol treatment.
6:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
We are closed on the following Holidays:
Note: The center is closed on the Friday before Labor Day, Presidents Day and Veteran’s day for staff in-service training.
We believe each child has a unique and individual potential and deserves the opportunity to develop this potential. The Growing Tree Children’s Center helps children of all abilities experience childhood as it is meant to be; in a loving, safe and nurturing environment, with joy and discovery intact.
Older 4’s – 6 years.
At the TreeHouse children are making connections between what they know and what they are learning. As they leave the world of preschool and head towards kindergarten, children are learning to participate in routines, demonstrate ability to make decisions, and plan ahead