Center in South Pasadena, CA 91030
1101 Arroyo Verde Road
South Pasadena, CA 91030
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We provide a multi-racial multi-cultural environment which encourages a variety of experiences appropriate to the childrens diverse backgrounds. The program is non-sexist in that children can participate in a variety of experiences which do not limit their interests and competencies on the basis of gender. Special-needs children are welcome as long as the environment of the Center is judged to be beneficial to the optimum development of such children.
The Center encourages the participation of parents in its planning program activities and decision making. Such participation helps to foster a better understanding of the goals and objectives of the center by the parents and promotes the development of a productive relationship between children parents and teachers. The Center assists its families in whatever ways are appropriate from offering information on child development learning theories and health issues to helping parents locate needed community resources. Parents are encouraged to assist in the classroom help with driving or put in time at the various parent and fund-raising events throughout the year.
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Celebration Kids provides a warm and nurturing environment which supports the developing child in reaching his or her full potential. We believe that children are unique and should feel proud of their abilities family and culture. The program encourages a family-centered partnership facilitating a comfortable transition from home to school and strengthening the positive interactions between parents and child.
The curriculum is based on the Developmental Theory that recognizes that children move through sequential stages of development as they grow. Each child develops at his or her own individual pace building on the skills and knowledge acquired.
We believe that play is the natural mode of learning for the young child. The child develops feelings of competency and motivation for learning when provided opportunities for play and individual choice.