About

Establishing strong roots is important for the future.

Square Roots Preschool exists to provide a safe, developmentally-appropriate environment for preschool. Our focus is to provide a secure and stimulating early education experience that promotes each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. Our goal is to help grow a desire in children to be life-long learners.

 

Square Roots Preschool is uniquely designed to be your child’s secure transition into kindergarten. We partner with parents to establish roots for a successful path of life-long learning. Our goal is to have a classroom community that encourages imagination and builds confidence. Our creative curriculum is play-based.

We educate our students about their place and responsibility in their community. We teach wellness and maintain an environmentlly-friendly, non-toxic classroom.

At Square Roots, your child will be in an environment that emphasizes interpersonal skills, environmental awareness, and a sense of community. Classroom materials serve needs from helping children to develop their sensory and motor skills to problem solving and teamwork, all of which help build pre-kindergarten skills.

 

Why Square Roots?

secure, comforting transition between home and school

small class size of five (less than half the state ratio) enables the teacher to have a powerful impact on each child’s development

degreed preschool teacher

support consultant: early childhood development professor with 35 years of experience

healthy snacks, organic when possible

nontoxic, natural environment free of harmful chemicals

safe, stimulating outdoor play area

opportunities for family involvement

ongoing, thorough communication with parents

 

3 thoughts on “About

  1. My twin girls will be three November 18. I’m looking for preschools maybe 2 or 3 days a week to get them used to school and being away from mom. What are your classroom ages and prices. Thanks!

  2. Hey, looking for a preschool for a 3-year-old. Can you tell me hours and an address so we can map the drive?

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