• The Role of the Environment

    Our environment is designed to provide a variety of sensory experiences in an aesthetically pleasing manner, using both indoors and outdoors as learning spaces.  Classrooms are light and bright.  Items found in nature are incorporated into the classroom materials and considered an important part of developing an appreciation for the world around us.  Teachers carefully arrange the room and display all materials so that children can make thoughtful decisions when working and exploring. Documentation of children's works, plants, and collections that children have made from outings are displayed both at the children's and adult eye level.  Common space is available to all children in the classroom that includes dramatic play areas, sensory tables, atelier/art center, library and reading nook, block center and worktables for puzzles and scientific learning.  Our classrooms provide an enriched environment that nourishes each child's development.