is to provide a nurturing and affirming daycare learning facility for toddler and preschool children. Foundation Learning Center offers a community centered, academically competitive program in a nurturing environment. We will value and support each child in a classroom setting to aid parents in preparing their children as future leaders of the community. We believe that child care means encouraging confidence, positivity, and meeting clear-cut standards ensures the developmental and academic success of children.
Every child will be exposed to STEM concepts, mindfullness and cultural arts.
Tutoring, homework help and literacy enrichment will prepare students for advanced classes.
Children will receive positive affirmations and caring recognition.
Care providers will work with parents and children to implement developmental learning goals.
Each child will be monitored to ensure wellness and safety.
The infant care area includes tummytime, toys, books, and songs that encourage movement and language acquisition skills. Teachers and parents will collaborate to individualize daily scheduling of food, nap, and playtime.
The toddler daily schedule is a consistent balance of exploration and outdoor activities along with academic and confidence building lessons. Teachers introduce and encouragement self care through clean up time after each activity, bathroom breaks, quiet time, and more.
Children will consistently engage in activities that explore literacy, mathematics, science, and creative expression. Teachers will lead structured outdoor activities and movement games to improve coordination. Students will master concepts through hands on learning.
I grew up in Greenville, NC about one hour east of the Raleigh area. I attended North Carolina State University nearly 10 minutes from Foundation Learning Center. I received a Bachelors of Science in Middle Grades Education: Language Arts and Social Studies in 2013. My vision is to teach and provide competitive lesson planning to enrich and improve student learning. My favorite subjects are reading, civics, sports, and yoga. My daily goal and commitment is to improve each student every day in the following subject areas: math, science, literacy, music, art, and health.
Pryscilla Brown, Director of Foundation Learning Center
Parents who enroll their children in our program, will receive an affordable rate and an academic jump-start on their child's education. Our rates are based on program hours from 7AM to 6PM, M-F. Now accepting part time care based on availability.
|0 - 2||$900 per month||$225 per week|
|2 - 3||$800 per month||$200 per week|
|3 - 5||$700 per month||$175 per week|
Foundation Academy uses a 5-step discipline policy to correct student performance problems or failure to follow classroom policy. Here is the five step model used by Foundation Academy for a holistic approach to discipline.
Parents and students are expected to bring any school related issues to the attention of the director. Once the issue is brought to the attention of the director, action must be taken within 7 working days.
Our center is focused on the need to provide competitive and affirming education for children in the community. As a parent, I understand the need for quality childcare where students feel loved. As a teacher, I know the importance of providing a strong academic foundation that ensures students will meet and exceed local, state, and national standards. As a member of the community, I see the need for positive role models who affirm, support, and remind children of their greatness.
This is a plan that references the usual routine care and time periods assigned to different activities, a balance of active play and quiet times or rest.
|8AM||Infant arrival, daily health check, breakfast/1st bottle|
|9AM||Clean-up, diaper change/potty training, floor play with plush toys|
|10AM||Outdoor organized play, flashcards, free movement, music, storytime|
|11AM||Nap, lunch/2nd bottle, clean-up, diaper change/potty training|
|NOON||Storytime, tummy time, independent floor play, free movement|
|1PM||Snack/3rd bottle, clean-up, diaper change/potty training|
|2PM||Calm music, playtime (plush toys, soft books)|
|3PM||Tummy time, outdoor organized play, diaper change/potty training|
|4PM||Snack/4th bottle, music, storytime|
|5PM||Clean-up, diaper change, parent pickup|
This is a plan that references the routine care and time periods assigned to different activities, a balance of music, rhythmic, science, nature, developmental activities and quiet times or rest.
|8AM||Arrival, daily health check, blocks/building accessories, wash hands (bathroom break)|
|9:30AM||Clean-up (bathroom break)|
|10:30AM||Math manipulative activity|
|11:15AM||Family living activity|
|1PM||Organized outdoor play|
|3PM||Inactive time, wash hands|
|4:15PM||Music and creative movement|
|4:45PM||Clean-up (wipe, organize, put away all equipment)|
|5:15PM||Children’s books, games, manipulative free play|
This is a plan that references the routine care and time periods assigned to different activities.
|2PM||Pick-up, daily health check, attendance recording|
|3PM||Arrival, outside time, parks and play|
|5PM||Reading circle, literacy time|
|5:30PM||Homework, workbook activities|
|6PM||STEM, math/science activities|
|7PM||Parent pickup, outside time, free play|
After school rates are based on a maximum of 4 hours of care.