The teachers and administrators at Peninsula Children’s Learning Center believe that with each new enrollment we enter into an important partnership with you, the parent, aimed at the positive development, learning and well-being of your child. Our goal is to ensure that every child and family has a positive, enriching experience and enjoys their time with our program.
Regular, ongoing communication between parents and teachers is vital to providing the best care and early childhood education possible. We hope parents will spend a few minutes each morning and afternoon checking in with their child’s teacher to share information and build a positive parent-teacher partnership. Parents are invited to share their interests, skills, and family culture with the classrooms and program as that fits for each family and class.
Peninsula hosts parent-teacher conferences semi-annually. During the conference your child’s teacher will communicate with you about your child’s progress and give you a written assessment, and you will be asked to contribute to your child’s educational goals and to share information about your child’s needs and interests. In addition to these scheduled conferences, anytime you have a question or concern about your child’s progress or the program and want to have a longer discussion with your child’s teacher, please schedule a special conference.
There are many ways for parents to get more involved at Peninsula Children’s Learning Center. Ask us how!
Wonder what more you can do help your child develop? The staff at Peninsula Children’s Learning Center are always eager to answer your questions. You can also dial 2-1-1, ext. 5 and ask the 211 Family Info Specialist about:
- child development and behavioral strategies
- school readiness and success
- family stress and anxiety
- parent support groups
- basic family resources
It’s a free call for anyone in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Lane and Polk counties connected to children, birth to 8 years old. Or check out the 211info online database of all kinds of social service resources, everything from food and transportation to health, legal, housing and education.