NW Children's School
At NW Children's School, we provide an environment secure enough so that children may explore their own feelings and find ways of expressing those feelings using their own personal learning styles as well as a means to communicate their own needs and joys to others. We provide an atmosphere where children can learn without fear of failure or where attempts are appreciated. We don't have to be perfect we just need to do our best!
- Kathy Ruesken, Director
Our school facility is brightly decorated and spacious.
At Northwest Children's school, our large classrooms, with learning centers, free play areas and more, gives your child the opportunity to discover his/her interests.
Inside each classroom is a table for teacher-guided activities which include writing, math, reading, puzzles, sensory activities and more.
Each of our programs are designed to engage your child and help them learn and explore. Our curriculum is based on four main learning areas.
Aesthetics, Life Skills, Pre-Academics, Social Skills.
We have an alphabet puppet program that introduces letters and their sounds to your children through the use of songs, stories, puppets, and activities. This program is great for children of all ages and encourages learning in a fun way.
Our curriculum at a glance:
Aesthetics - puppetry, music, art, creative movement, and more.
Life Skills - science, gardening, woodworking, cooking, nutrition,
Pre-Academics - phonics, pre-reading, pre-math skills, and more.
Social Skills - taking turns, communication, free play, group play, problem solving, and more.
Northwest Children’s School is now accepting applications for a lead teacher for preschool and Pre-Kindergarten.
We are seeking an energetic, loving, kind, creative and patient professional to join our team. Flexibility is a must while creating a collaborative and supportive environment with fellow teachers and office staff. Applicants would work in a classroom setting of up to 20 children ages 3-5 along with a teacher’s assistant. This person must have good communication skills and be a team player while working with children, staff and parents.
We would prefer a degree in Early Education, but will consider work experience. Applicants must be able to pass a federal background check (at their own expense) and be current in Infant CPR and First Aid. Salary depending on experience.
Please submit applications to email@example.com.
Questions regarding the position should be sent via email, please do not phone the school.