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Where Children and

Parents Come First

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Early Learning Center services and summer camp.

Creative Curriculum® 

We use The Creative Curriculum®, a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate curriculum, which includes objectives that define goals for children’s development and learning. The Creative Curriculum’s four main categories of interest are social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language. It is built off theories of development in young children that children learn through exploration of their environment.  Therefore environment plays a critical role in becoming independent, self-confident, inquisitive, and enthusiastic learners.


Infants (6 Weeks – 12 Months):

Our infant staff provides a nurturing and loving environment which is individualized to meet each child’s needs. The staff follows your child’s individual schedule which is provided by you. As the children grow older, they are gradually weaned into the class schedule where we focus on physical development activities for infants designed to help with large and small muscle control, fitness, and coordination. Parents are asked to provide extra labeled clothes, diapers and enough bottles to last the day. We provide formula as well as baby food as your child grows and develops. Teachers work with all infants on developing communication skills through simple sign language. This process assists the staff in understanding the child’s needs and keeps the child's frustration level low. The infant teacher prepares lesson plans based on the creative curriculum and weekly themes as well as incorporating the state of Ohio’s infant Guidelines.

  • Individualized learning
  • Gross Motor development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Safe and loving environment
  • Relationship Building
  • Socialization

Infant 2 (12 Months – 18 Months):

As our babies learn and grow, they are encouraged to be more independent. Infant 2 staff’s focus is on gross motor and cognitive development.

  • Age Appropriate Lessons
  • Daily Reading
  • Transition from Bottles to Sippy Cups

  • Beginning Arts and Crafts
  • Body Part Recognition

  • Gross Motor Development

Toddlers (18 Months – 36 Months):

In our Toddler room, we understand the importance of preparing children and establishing the basic foundation of social and emotional development. We play an integral role in promoting and supporting your toddler’s healthy development. During this time your child’s brain is growing by leaps and bounds. Children at this age are discovering new words every day and are extremely curious. Our curriculum addresses learning and curiosity by having different play areas set up around the room, unique art projects and gym time as well. The teachers develop age appropriate lessons that focus on colours, shapes, numbers, letter recognition, beginning phonics and potty training to name a few. The lessons can be easily and naturally incorporated into the curriculum. Our goal is for your child to develop social skills, as well as more complex language and math skills to prepare them to successfully enter into our Pre-K program. Independence is praised and encouraged.

    • Positive Student-Teacher Relationships
    • Designated Learning/Play Areas
    • Eating Utensil Development
    • One-on-one Individual Learning Time with teachers
    • Curriculum Learning
    • Daily Arts and Crafts

Preschool (36 Months – Kindergarten):

Our preschool classrooms have a lead teacher and a teacher assistant in each room. Each classroom uses the creative curriculum and follows the same themes and academic standards. The curriculum is aligned with the state of Ohio Early Learning Content Standards which will help prepare your child for kindergarten.

Our Preschool classrooms are organized around areas of interest and learning centers. These defined areas allow children to play and explore materials with the guidance of the teacher either individually or in small groups. The children are allowed to move freely through the centers at designated times. Skills that lead to reading, writing and math are not confined to specific centers, but rather reinforced in different ways throughout the centers via communication, exploration and play. Your child’s classrooms will have many of the following learning centers, but the arrangement and composition of the centers will vary.

Literacy: Here, children explore the world of books and feel safe and secure as they are introduced to reading. Brightly illustrated children’s books are displayed on low shelves.

Dramatic play or housekeeping: Children experiment with different roles as they explore the familiar and the unknown through pretend play. This area is filled with props and dress-up clothes to encourage imagination.

Manipulative play: One child is carefully stringing beads into colorful patterns, a second is building a complex structure out of Legos, and a third is bent over a puzzle, deep in concentration. In this area, shelves are filled with puzzles, pegboards, beads, and other small construction toys. Children develop fine motor skills by using their fingers and hands in creative ways. In addition, we have areas for Blocks, Art, Large Motor, Sensory, Science, and limited Computer time. Our goal is to make learning fun!

    • Social/Emotional, Cognitive, Language, and Physical Development 
    • Language Acquisition

SACC K-Club/Summer Program (5 - 7 Years Old):

During the school year, we provide before and after care that provides your child with breakfast and an afternoon snack, homework time, large motor play and age appropriate activities. In the summer, our full day camp program includes theme-based activities, swimming, special guests, and field trips. 

Extracurricular Activities:

For our preschool and school-aged students, we offer the option of Dance class. As well as, Foreign Language and Music Therapy!

Meet Our Staff

Ms. Williams, Executive Director

  • Bachelor of Arts in Special Education
  • Master of Education in Educational Administration
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Prevention Certified

Ms. Andrea, Assistant Director

  • Associates Degree of Applied Science
  • Associates Degree Paralegal
  • Associates Degree of Biblical studies
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Prevention Certified

Ms. Elaine, Business Manager

  • Bachelor of Arts in Business of Administration
  • Master’s in Project Management

Ms. Meme, Lead Teacher

  • Child Development Associates Certificate/ Infant-Toddler
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Prevention Certified
  • Member of High Scope
  • 27 Years of Experience


Ms. Keisha, Lead Teacher

  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Prevention Certified
  • 4 Years of Experience

Ms. Karen, Lead Teacher

  • CDA- Child Development Associates Certificate
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Prevention Certified

Mr. Joshua, Lead Teacher

  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • CPR/First Aid Certified

Ms. Stephanie, Substitute Teacher 

  • Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Child Abuse Prevention Certified


Ms. Sheilah, Substitute Teacher

  • Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Child Abuse Prevention Certified
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