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Classrooms, Curriculum, and Assessments

We have 5 Programs offered here at C Street.  The Curriculum for each classroom is geared towards the developmental needs and skills of the specific age group it serves.


Each week, our Head Teaching Staff plans an engaging lesson based on the developmental progress, needs, and interests of the group.  These lesson plans and their subject matter are supported by their curriculum.  Copies of each week's lessons are given to the parents of the enrollees.


Children are given developmental assessments which screen for developmental progress and growth.  As children age, the assessments will change from developmental assessments to knowledge-based assessments.  If we suspect developmental assessments are still needed, we will continue doing them alongside the knowledge-based assessments.


Children are given developmental assessments every 4-6 months depending on their age.  These assessments are screening for developmental progress and ability.  They include the following areas:  Communication, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Problem Solving, Personal Social and Social-Emotional.  


All children are regularly observed to track their ongoing developmental progress.  The observations help teachers to determine how to challenge each child to grow in the different developmental areas.  Children's progress is tracked in their social-emotional development, physical development, and cognitive development including:  language skills, reading, writing, mathematics, science, health and safety, social studies, creative arts, and technology.  


Please use the drop-down menus for each classroom to find specifics for that program.