All programs and services have been designed to correspond with our primary goal to encourage social/emotional, cognitive and physical developmental growth. Rogy’s curriculum is a language based program consisting of interactive instruction with an emphasis on school readiness. Second Step Social/Emotional curriculum is used to address social skill building which is the basis in creating a child who can learn. We have also incorporated Frontline Phonics, a premiere reading education program for children ages 3-8, into our curriculum. Tens of thousands of children have used Frontline Phonics to successfully enter their reading years ahead of their peers. Frontline Phonics is a fun, effective way to get the right start in education. We are pleased to have this as part of our curriculum. To further enhance the curriculum, we offer mathematics, science and writing activities, and further enhance the curriculum by incorporating Spanish and sign language. Music, art and dramatic activities provide an opportunity for children to use their imaginations and be creative.
Infant/Toddler Program: The infant and toddler programs feature a wide range of age-appropriate activities and experiences, in healthy, safe and stimulating environments. Each child is encouraged to meet developmental goals and to reach his or her highest potential.
The infant curriculum is divided into six major areas of development – Fine Motor, Gross motor, Intellectual, Social/Emotional, and Language. Children develop at their own pace. Staff continually monitor and observe each child for normal developmental patterns. Staff set goals according to the guidelines in our curriculum for age-appropriate development. They then use the creative activities suggested in the curriculum to assist the children in meeting their developmental goals.
The toddler curriculum’s focus centers around language development, independence, creative movement and peer socialization. Toddlers do not learn from isolated activities. Only through hundreds of repetitions and self-initiated variations are concepts solidified. Learning opportunities for toddlers are created with age appropriate application in mind. Toddlers need the freedom to explore their surroundings and dramatically recreate the world around them. Through play and review, our staff prepare the children to advance to the next level of programming.
By combining both self-directed and structured activities, the preschool curriculum provides opportunities for the children to develop skills and encourage creativity. Planned activities focus on problem-solving, language, physical and social/emotional skill building. Children enjoy a variety of activities with emphasis placed on school readiness.
Before and After School Program:
Available at most of our facilities is the convenience and advantages of a full-day school program, with guidance and companionship for the school-aged child before and after school. Time for homework, social interactions and age appropriate activities are made available in a relaxed atmosphere.
Summer School Age Program:
Offered for children 6-12 years of age, the summer program provides an extensive range of activities and field trips, including picnics, educational exhibits, summer sports, computer projects and a library reading program. Activities are planned to provide age-appropriate opportunities. The children are allowed freedom to explore a variety of interest areas in the classroom. They are also encouraged to create and invent activities that are relevant to their interests. These opportunities are provided in an environment that is facilitated by professional staff who understand the needs of children this age.