Our programs provide enriching activities for your child in a nurturing and loving atmosphere. - Michael Richard
We offer unique age-appropriate programs for children ranging from 6 weeks to 12 years old. We offer a combination of the best of Montessori system and traditional education.
Our infant class room is a state-of-the-art area, which provides the highest quality care in an environment that is designed with the parent and child in mind. While in our care, the children are stimulated through music, exercise, facial and verbal mimicking as well as lots of hugs and tickles. We provide refrigeration for mother’s milk and a separate refrigeration for regular milk.
At this age, children are meeting new challenges as fast as they come. Crawling, walking, and eventually running are levels they accomplish in what seems like the blink of an eye. Children learn best if they are in a stimulating environment. Music, stories, outdoor play, and learning simplicities envelop much of the day. Our caregivers are dedicated to helping each child develop these skills through a trusting and loving relationship. A parental daily report is given to update each family on meal times, nap times, toilet training, and all activities accomplished each day.
We have designed two separate Toddler-Transition classrooms in addition to our Toddler classrooms. This special infrastructure and the innovative program in the Toddler-Transition classroom will help children with Toilet-training.
A good preschool can make a difference in a child's future school years. UMMS offers individual programs for children to help them learn in an environment that is stress-free and fun. We teach music, science, math, language arts, and manipulative play.
Our goal is to provide children with a strong foundation in education and creative thinking. Our comprehensive curriculum for kindergarten helps them in math, science, reading and writing skills. We customize our materials to your child’s level and learning pace. Every child at our center is encouraged to pursue intellectual accomplishment and is given the keys to success through sensory materials which aid in the classification and organization of the impressions that his mind already holds.