Welcome to Anderson Early Childhood Center!!! The faculty and staff join us in saying we are excited to be given the responsibility of participating in the education of your child. It is our goal to make this a successful and satisfying year for you and your child.
This handbook is filled with important information regarding school policies and procedures. We ask that you read this handbook and review the content. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us. Open and clear communication between school and home is vital in the success of our educational program.
We welcome your participation and support during the school year. We encourage your presence in the school building. Working together, we will be able to reach our collective and individual goals. We look forward to celebrating with you the academic and social success of your children and taking the “First Steps to Success.”
Charles Byrum, Principal
Linda G. Sanders, Assistant Principal
Anderson Early Childhood Center creates a safe, stable, nurturing, and challenging learning environment using a research-based curriculum that utilizes data to direct appropriate instructional time in order to instill a life-long love of learning.
We, the staff at Anderson Early Childhood Center, believe that all students possess the potential to have a positive and successful impact on society.
- The administration and staff should provide for a safe, child-oriented environment conducive to learning.
- When students are actively involved in the learning environment, they develop skills for life.
- Instructional methods should vary and address the academic needs of each child on an individual basis.
- Instruction includes individualized centers with manipulatives that address a wide range of children’s skills and abilities.
- Assessments should measure the curriculum and guide the instruction.
- When parents are involved in their child’s education and the school decision-makingprocess, the students, parents, and teachers all benefit.
- Our policy to set high expectations for academics, behavior, and peer interactions willhelp our students become life-long learners and contributing members of society.
All decisions and policies should be child-centered.