PALS

PALS (Promoting: Academics, Learning, and Success)

Our Approach  

    We recognize that there is no one right way to parent and that not all techniques work for all parents. There are, however, more effective ways to parent, and our goal is to provide parents with a range of tools and strategies that they can have at their disposal.

    Early childhood can have a particular set of challenges for parents as they help nurture their child’s development.  From an infant’s first cry to a young child’s first word, early childhood is fraught with developmental milestones and critical moments in which a child’s world needs sensitive and enriching experiences in order to make the most of this phase of development.  Our parenting workshops focus on critical areas of social and emotional development and gives strategies for parents to support their child’s needs in order to provide a foundation for future learning, strong relationships, and psychological and emotional health.
   

PALS & Literacy

    Another important piece of PALS is literacy.  Each time you attend a PALS workshop, you and your child will receive a new book to add to your home library.  You will also walk away with ideas for how to expand on the book in ways you may not have thought about.  You will learn fun ideas for how to read books and make the books come alive for your child! 

PALS & Making Connections

We believe that parenting is one of the most important jobs you have.  As parents ourselves, we understand the need to connect and share with one another in order to grow in our own knowledge for what is best for our child.  PALS is a place you can ask questions, talk to other parents, and make connections.  We look forward to doing this together!   

PALS 2017- 2018

September 25 -28

October 23 - 26

November 27 - 30

January 29 - February 1

February 26 - March 1

March 26 - 29

April 23 - 26 


 Please click on the documents below to view our resources on our Montessori Program.
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