Our Programs

We strive hard to provide quality education for your children within a nurturing social environment where children learn from their teacher, caregivers and each other. The daily program at Pal’s is structured to allow individual freedom within boundaries of daily routines and daily educational activities. This approach allows each child to experience the security that comes along with routines and the confidence that comes along with new learning experiences they can easily master yet are challenging enough to successfully guide them to their next developmental milestone. Behaviors at all ages levels are part of our learning environment. As part of a community children at Pal’s are taught that individual actions contribute to a peaceful yet active learning environment. Classroom rules are geared towards safety and fostering respect for others, ourselves, and property.

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Pal's News

Autumn is Here!!!

Fall is an exciting time for kids. It brings great outdoor activities, such as playing in the leaves, pciking pumpkins, and Trick-or-Treating!. Here are some helpfull tips to keep us all happy and healthy this Autumn Season!

Take steps to prevent the flu.

  • The single best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated each year in the fall.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Wash your hands often.
  • If you or your child are diagnosed with a communicable illness, stay home and recover!

Get smart about antibiotics.

  • Antibiotics can cure bacterial infections, but not viral infections. The common cold and the flu are viral infections, so avoid using antibiotics if you have one of these.
  • Using antibiotics when they are not needed causes some bacteria to become resistant to the antibiotic, and therefore stronger and harder to kill.
  • See your doctor or nurse to find out if your illness is bacterial or viral.

Have a safe and healthy Halloween.

  • Make Halloween festivities fun, safe, and healthy for trick-or-treaters and party guests.

Be prepared for cold weather.

  • Exposure to cold temperatures can cause serious health problems. Infants and the elderly are particularly at risk, but anyone can be affected. Know how to prevent health problems and what to do if a cold-weather emergency arises.
  • Remember that using space heaters and fireplaces can increase the risk of household fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.