Parents

The parents must have their children’s interests along with their education, values, morals, integrity, confidence and skill levels at the top of their agendas.  By doing so, the parents’ agenda will align perfectly with the efforts of Intelligent Minds. All parents are expected to join forces in meeting student expectations and outcomes. Parents are an integral part of your child’s educational development and success.

Student Expectations by Class

Children learn and develop well in enabling environments in which their experiences respond to their individual needs.  IM staff is vested with commitment that is exemplified by their dedicated tenure with our organization.  Our staff facilitates learning that allows our students to make meaningful choices and build self-esteem through staging “successes” that encourage further exploration and learning. 

To ensure your child’s success, Intelligent Minds encourages parental support in your child’s learning development.  It is important that parents ensure their child meets the following expectations to transcend from children to scholars.

PeeWee/Peanuts Class

  • Arrive to school before 8 a.m.
  • Walk independently in the door (please do not carry your child)
  • No baby cups
  • No pacifiers
  • Complete daily classwork
  • Complete homework
  • Bring all supplies needed to school
  • Review study sheet every night

Intermediate Class

  • Arrive to school before 8 a.m.
  • Proper daily rest
  • Being in attendance daily
  • Homework completed and return
  • Listening, obeying and respecting teacher at all times

Accelerated Class

  • Arrive to school before 8 a.m.
  • Self-control
  • Independence
  • Cognitive thinking
  • Accountability
  • Responsibility

 

 

 

Student Outcomes by Class

Research has shown children in high-quality programs as Intelligent Minds begin kindergarten educationally, socially and emotionally competent.  Children who enjoy high-quality early learning experiences are more likely to stay in school, attend college, earn more money, and land a high-skill job.

Now, with your support, parents can expect their child to achieve the following learning and development outcomes. 

PeeWee/Peanuts Class

  • Introduced to letters A-Z
  • Learning numbers
  • Learning colors
  • Sitting in their seats
  • Learning to walk in a straight line
  • Independence

Intermediate Class

  • Able to recognize alphabets, numbers, colors and shapes
  • Able to button, tuck and zip
  • Know the name of their school
  • Know their full name, age and parent’s/guardian’s first name
  • Able to recall

Accelerated Class

  • Letter recognition Aa-Zz
  • Writing letters and numbers (using Head, Mid and Base lines)
  • Writing numbers 1-100
  • Recognizing number 1-100
  • Blending letters using phonetic sounds
  • Counting using numbers and objects
  • Single digit adding
  • Begin reading

 

 

 

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