Boyer’s education program is geared at improving cognitive, communication, motor and social skills. All of our teachers have earned Masters degrees, and the classroom environment is designed to promote successful, independent exploration while meeting each child at their ability. Our classrooms include side-by-side learning of typically-developing children and children with various developmental delays or disabilities.
Boyer’s unique educational programming and low child-to-staff ratio is unparalleled by other schools. All classrooms are managed by multidisciplinary teams, which include a head teacher, assistant teacher, speech and language pathologist, occupational or physical therapist, social worker, nurse and other appropriate staff. For each Boyer child, these teams focus on individual goals — both in the classroom and at home — through collaboration with their parents and caregivers.
Boyer’s inclusive classrooms provide a safe, caring environment and a creative and fun atmosphere where children of differing abilities can grow and learn together. Our goal is to have each child experience success in a variety of ways, thus building their confidence in their own ability to grow and learn.
In our creative classroom environment, children ages 10 to 20 months receive individualized instruction tailored to meet each child’s needs. Tiny Stars supports holistic development and building social skills together while having fun!
Tiny Stars Parent-Child Playgroup includes a weekly, one-hour session consisting of group activity experiences in a structured setting including music /story time, free play, snack time, gross motor movement time, and parent education topics. Each week, the toys and materials vary to facilitate curiosity and active exploration, and to reflect the unique child interests and needs of each group. Download Flyer for More Information
Boyer’s Rising Stars Preschool offers a safe, fun classroom setting where children with and without developmental delays can learn and grow together. The preschool includes twice-weekly, two-hour sessions consisting of group activity experiences in a structured setting including music time, free play, art, snack time, and playing in our big gym. Each week, the theme and toys in the toddler groups change to facilitate curiosity and active exploration. Activities and materials are chosen to reflect the unique child interests and needs of each group. Download Flyer for More Information
In addition, our summer preschool program helps children ages 3 to 5 to maintain skills they have learned and need for community preschool, developmental preschool or kindergarten. Registration is now open for 2019 summer camps; download the Summer 3 – 5 Program Flyer and the 2019 Registration Form by April 15th.
To learn more about our preschool our summer camps, schedule a tour, or register, please contact Denise Swanson, Education Program Coordinator, at 206-325-8477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.