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2740 Ellwood Rd. New Castle, PA  16101
Call us today at 724-652-0922
Email us at:PreKkids@verizon.net



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2740 Ellwood Rd

New Castle, PA  16101

724-652-0922

At Pre-K Kids Learning Center, we recognize that positive discipline teaches and encourages the healthy development of a child's self-esteem. Our caregivers praise and call attention to appropriate behavior and act as good role models in order to influence and reinforce a child positively. Limits are set that are developmentally appropriate and consistently enforced. The method of discipline used by Pre-K Kids staff for our children is "redirection." For example, time out or refraining from a special activity may be used for a short period while the caregiver is encouraging the child to make a positive decision. 

The director of Pre-K Kids Learning Center places a high value on keeping a strong communicating relationship with the parents of children enrolled in the school. Parents are encouraged to visit often and to share their skills and talents at the school. Through regular communication, both verbal and written, the faculty keeps you informed on your child's growth, emotional status, and general well being. Formal evaluations and growth profiles are maintained for each development level, and are shared routinely with the parents. An open door policy invites parents to share their positive feedback, and discuss any concerns with the director.

Communication with Parents

​Disipline

Our Pledge

​The director of Pre-K Kids Learning Center places a high value on keeping a strong communicating relationship with the parents of children enrolled in the school. Parents are encouraged to visit often and to share their skills and talents at the school. Through regular communication, both verbal and written, the faculty keeps you informed on your child's growth, emotional status, and general well being. Formal evaluations and growth profiles are maintained for each development level, and are shared routinely with the parents. An open door policy invites parents to share their positive feedback, and discuss any concerns with the director.