Pictured (from left) are students Justice Knight, Cooper Short, Jaycee Morris, James Aspan-Martin, and Anthony Petrosyan.
The National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (NAEYC), the world’s largest organization of early childhood professionals, has develop standards to help families make the right choice when looking for a quality child care center, preschool, or kindergarten program.
Early childhood education programs that are NAEYC-accredited have voluntarily undergone a comprehensive process of internal self-study and assessment. As part of the accreditation process, an external professional review is completed to verify compliance with NAEYC's Criteria for High Quality Early Childhood Programs.
To earn accreditation, programs must meet or exceed all 10 standards in the areas of Relationships, Curriculum, Teaching, Assessment of Child Progress, Health, Teachers, Families, Community Relationships, Physical Environment, and Leadership and Management.
Watch WHY you should look for a NAYEC-accredited Preschool and Kindergarten program:
Anne Sullivan Preschool & Kindergarten in Wildomar was one of the first early childhood programs in the area to earn NAEYC accreditation, and has maintained our accreditation since 1992.
We're proud to have earned the designation of an NAEYC-accredited program and are committed to providing our families with high-quality early childhood education programs.
At Anne Sullivan Preschool & Kindergarten, we adhere to NAEYC's standard for developmentally appropriate cirriculum and teaching strategies based on the way children develop and learn.
These quality standards are based on research on the development and education of young children, and were created with input from the nation's leading education experts. More information about the 10 NAEYC Program Standards standards can be found on the NAEYC For Families website.