Conflict Resolution and Social Skills. Click to read!

So many children have Ipads or Ipods these days. We are plugged into technology from birth it seems. I am not discouraging the use of these things; many apps are wonderful at fostering the development of young minds. However, the successful child needs social interaction in order to learn conflict resolution, problem solving and powers of persuasion, as well as the ability to share. At PALS, we teach your child the skill sets of success and so much more. Come take a tour today!

Our Teachers

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We have been in the business of childcare for almost 30 years and some of our teachers have too. We know that dropping your child off at any daycare, childcare, or preschool setting can cause apprehension and anxieties-for both the child and the parent. We help make this transition smoother.

  1. Our teachers recognize the way you and your child are greeted in the morning makes it easier for you both to start the day with a hug or smile.
  2. At PALS, we hold the highest standard for our teachers and also require all co-teachers to meet the same qualification. This selectivity, combined with our belief in fostering teachers’ self-development and growth is a big part of PALS’ remarkable staff retention. PALS’ staff turnover rate has always been under 20%.
  3. PALS provides over 20 hours of continuing education for our staff each year.
  4. All teachers must also maintain current First Aid and CPR certifications.
  5. Our Vice President continually updates our curriculum, and we have our own proprietary state-of-the-art database of lesson plans and activities to help ensure that PALS remains at the forefront of education.

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    Mar 16, 2018 | 01:56 am

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