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PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR PARENTS

Open communication with parents is an important part of our success. We understand what itis like to be away from your child and recognize the importance of sharing their daily activities and progress with you. For this reason, we provide consistent communicationfrom your child’s teacher, so you don’t miss those important milestones of your child.

OPEN DOOR POLICY
We want our parents to feel confident in the care and education we are providing their child. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our families happy, we promote an Open-Door policy should you ever have concerns and/or issues you would like to discuss.

IMPORTANCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

A child’s early years are the foundation for future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning which includes both cognitive and social development. Well-established research continues to emphasize theimportance of early childhood education as an essential building block of a child’s future success.
In fact, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), in the past 30 years, enrollment in pre-school education has increased from 96,000 to more than 1 million. Studies conducted across the U.S. have shown early childhood education programs can:

  • Improve concentration times and attention spans
  • Significantly increase a child’s vocabulary
  • Introduce and support earlier opportunities for socialization
  • Help establish a solid and broad foundation for lifelong learning and well being

ADMINISTRATION BIO

Javaria Khan

Director

Certified Early Childhood Educator

Javaria comes from a family of educators and has a strong background in early childhood education. With three children of her own, she knows first-hand the positive impact early education has on developing minds. She openly recognizes the challenges faced by parents raising young children with learning difficulties and is passionate about the power of early childhood intervention.

Javaria holds an Early Childhood Credential from the American Montessori Society and brings with her 20+ years of teaching experience—the last thirteen years spent in a Montessori environment.

In her spare time, you can find Javaria gardening, road-tripping, and spending time with family.

Neha

Assistant Director

AMS Montessori Certified Teacher

Neha our Assistant Director is excited to begin the next chapter of her Career with us at Learn ‘N’ Grow Stem preschool. She is a Certified Montessori teacher and has been in teaching profession for last 10 years. She has strong work ethics and firmly believes that proper education, clear communication, and timely guidance is the key to help children grow and reach their full potential.

Neha has finished her Early Childhood Credential from NAMC and Director’s Credential from Camp Fire Early Childhood Management Institute Texas.

OUR POLICIES

OPEN DOOR POLICY

We want our parents to feel confident in the care and education we are providing their child. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our families happy, we promote an Open-Door policy should you ever have concerns and/or issues you would like to discuss. 

Health & Safety

Your child’s health and safety are our top priority. Our health and safety protocols include:

  • Thorough cleaning and sanitation of classrooms.
  • Safe sleep procedures.
  • Secure check-in and check-out procedures.
  • COVID protocols:
    • Temperature check upon arrival
Online Classroom Access

We are parents ourselves, so we truly understand how important it is to have full access to your child’s classroom. Online access to your child’s classroom is by password only. If this is something that interests you, please talk to the admin to sign up for your personal password.

*By enrolling your child at Learn N Grow, you consent that your child may be seen by other Learn N-Grow families through a secure, password-protected feed.

Emergency Procedures

The safety of the children is our #1 priority.

In case of inclement weather, Learn N’ Grow follows the Frisco ISD closing decisions. We encourage our parents to follow inclement weather announcements on local news channels.

Fire and severe weather drills are conducted every 30 days to ensure all teachers and staff know exactly what to do, in the event of an emergency.

If it becomes necessary to close the school, parents will be notified immediately to arrange for early pick-up. If the premises are determined to be unsafe, children will be transported immediately to a safe location. Families will be notified and required to pick up their children as soon as possible.

Please note: Standard contracted tuition will still apply during inclement weather closings.

Our Discipline Philosophy

Discipline is never fun — but is a necessary part of a child’s learning journey. When implemented with love and compassion, it helps your child learn consequences and understand the difference between right and wrong.

We don’t believe in using harsh words, time-outs, or physical punishment with your child. Instead, we use positive discipline and behavior modeling to teach appropriate behavior in each scenario and how to engage with logic instead of impulse.

PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR PARENTS

Open communication with parents is an important part of our success. We understand what itis like to be away from your child and recognize the importance of sharing their daily activities and progress with you. For this reason, we provide consistent communicationfrom your child’s teacher, so you don’t miss those important milestones of your child.

OPEN DOOR POLICY

We want our parents to feel confident in the care and education we are providing their child. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our families happy, we promote an Open-Door policy should you ever have concerns and/or issues you would like to discuss.

IMPORTANCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

A child’s early years are the foundation for future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning which includes both cognitive and social development. Well-established research continues to emphasize the importance of early childhood education as an essential building block of a child’s future success.

In fact, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), in the past 30 years, enrollment in pre-school education has increased from 96,000 to more than 1 million. Studies conducted across the U.S. have shown early childhood education programs can:

  • Improve concentration times and attention spans
  • Significantly increase a child’s vocabulary
  • Introduce and support earlier opportunities for socialization
  • Help establish a solid and broad foundation for lifelong learning and well being

ADMINISTRATION BIO

Javaria Khan

Director

Certified Early Childhood Educator

Javaria comes from a family of educators and has a strong background in early childhood education. With three children of her own, she knows first-hand the positive impact early education has on developing minds. She openly recognizes the challenges faced by parents raising young children with learning difficulties and is passionate about the power of early childhood intervention.

Javaria holds an Early Childhood Credential from the American Montessori Society and brings with her 20+ years of teaching experience—the last thirteen years spent in a Montessori environment.

In her spare time, you can find Javaria gardening, road-tripping, and spending time with family.

Neha

Assistant Director

AMS Montessori Certified Teacher

Neha our Assistant Director is excited to begin the next chapter of her Career with us at Learn ‘N’ Grow Stem preschool. She is a Certified Montessori teacher and has been in teaching profession for last 10 years. She has strong work ethics and firmly believes that proper education, clear communication, and timely guidance is the key to help children grow and reach their full potential.

Neha has finished her Early Childhood Credential from NAMC and Director’s Credential from Camp Fire Early Childhood Management Institute Texas.

OUR POLICIES

OPEN DOOR POLICY

We want our parents to feel confident in the care and education we are providing their child. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our families happy, we promote an Open-Door policy should you ever have concerns and/or issues you would like to discuss. 

Health & Safety

Your child’s health and safety are our top priority. Our health and safety protocols include:

  • Thorough cleaning and sanitation of classrooms.
  • Safe sleep procedures.
  • Secure check-in and check-out procedures.
  • COVID protocols:
    • Temperature check upon arrival
Online Classroom Access

We are parents ourselves, so we truly understand how important it is to have full access to your child’s classroom. Online access to your child’s classroom is by password only. If this is something that interests you, please talk to the admin to sign up for your personal password.

*By enrolling your child at Learn N Grow, you consent that your child may be seen by other Learn N-Grow families through a secure, password-protected feed.

Emergency Procedures

The safety of the children is our #1 priority.

In case of inclement weather, Learn N’ Grow follows the Frisco ISD closing decisions. We encourage our parents to follow inclement weather announcements on local news channels.

Fire and severe weather drills are conducted every 30 days to ensure all teachers and staff know exactly what to do, in the event of an emergency.

If it becomes necessary to close the school, parents will be notified immediately to arrange for early pick-up. If the premises are determined to be unsafe, children will be transported immediately to a safe location. Families will be notified and required to pick up their children as soon as possible.

Please note: Standard contracted tuition will still apply during inclement weather closings.

Our Discipline Philosophy

Discipline is never fun — but is a necessary part of a child’s learning journey. When implemented with love and compassion, it helps your child learn consequences and understand the difference between right and wrong.

We don’t believe in using harsh words, time-outs, or physical punishment with your child. Instead, we use positive discipline and behavior modeling to teach appropriate behavior in each scenario and how to engage with logic instead of impulse.