Families

The mission of Energy Capital Child Care Center is based on the recognition that Social Competence is the key to all learning.  Children’s early interpersonal relationships determine their understanding of the world.  The development of positive relationships based on respect for the individual is the foundation of the program.  All children should have the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to participate in satisfying relationships and activities with their peers, teachers, parents and other significant adults.

Specific components of the program include:

  1. Weaving parent involvement into the program in a way that offers parenting education, respects parents, and ultimately provides added benefits for children.
  2. Integrating a preschool curriculum that is designed to meet the cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and creative needs of the children at their various developmental levels.
  3. Offering play-based high-scope curriculum that provides choices for children and meets them at their interest level.

Parenting education is most effective when it involves hands on application of knowledge.  This includes implementing curriculum, interacting with children, learning appropriate teaching and caregiving practices learned in part by observing children and teachers.

Each child participates daily in periods of group activity, individual play, outdoor play, and quiet times. All activities are developmentally appropriate and meet each child’s physical, emotional, social and cognitive needs. The imagination and curiosity of every child is valued.

Our program goals:

  • Energy Capital Cooperative Child Care is committed to offering full time child care and scheduling options that meet the needs of employees and community members
  • Energy Capital Cooperative Child Care is committed to providing high quality, developmentally appropriate child care and enrichment programs for children with consistent, quality caregivers
  • Energy Capital Cooperative Child Care is committed to weaving parent involvement into the program in a way that offers parenting education, respects parents, and ultimately provides added benefits for children and their families

Caring, Growing, Learning Together