Infant (6 weeks to 1 year)
Stage 01 provides plenty of nurturing and the frequent warmth of a friendly face and touch. Your baby will be cuddled, rocked and played with by our loving caregivers.
At The Community Day School, we realize that your infant child is the center of your world, and we treat them with equal importance. For that reason, our infant center has been designed for maximum safety, efficiency and security. Each detail has been meticulously planned to ensure that your child experiences the same comforts of home while they spend the day with us. Everything from the selection of infant equipment, toys, curriculum, and activities, to the screening and training of our infant caregivers, has been carefully orchestrated to ensure that your infant is lovingly cared for.
Regular playtime including belly and music time, exploration, stimulation, as well as nap and feeding times that we keep consistent with your baby’s individual schedule.
All infants have their own personal cubby and crib – we never share cribs.
An 8-step diaper changing procedure is strictly adhered to.
Toys, gliders, cribs and changing stations are sanitized daily.
SIDS check every 10 minutes while the infant is asleep.
Read it Once Again Curriculum
Read it Once Again is an early childhood comprehensive curriculum that uses familiar children's literature to provide a solid educational foundation of the basic skills necessary for children to be successful in kindergarten and beyond. These skills include speech/language, cognitive, gross motor, fine motor, daily living skills, and socialization.
Read It Once Again includes 2 levels: Level 1 and Level 2. These units provide our teachers with student goals and objectives based on developmental milestones with structure and rationale. The curriculum also provides a structure for engaging the parent/guardian in the educational process and fosters the communication process between the home and school.
This app is accessible to all parents and families of The Community Day School. This is a quick and easy way for Community Day School staff to communicate and interact with families. The teachers are able to inform parents about their child's day, what activities they did, upcoming events, needs for the child and more - almost instantly.