Health, safety and nutrition contribute to the healthy development and growth of the children we serve. To ensure all children, families and educators in our programs are safe. , Girard Day has developed policies and procedures that support a culture of well-being and belonging. All of our educators have been trained in standard First Aid and infant CPR. We partner with families to provide quality child care and give them peace of mind, knowing their children are safe and developing as they interact with our caring and knowledgeable educators.
Our Family-Centered Practices view the family as competent, capable, curious and rich in experience. Families are valuable contributors to their children’s learning and are their children’s first teachers. Our knowledgeable, reflective and resourceful educators share valuable information with families on a daily basis.
School program model is one in which an educator is responsible for a small group of children. The educator’s role in this model is to provide consistent care in a way that maximizes the potential for learning. Educators are responsible for overseeing children’s care routines, observations, discussion with families, and setting appropriate learning objectives.
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Children who attend our full-day programs are offered lunch and two nutritious snacks each day. Educators share these meals with children, helping to model positive attitudes to healthy eating and create a family-style environment. Children in our before-and after-school programs receive healthy morning and afternoon snacks.