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The goal of the Fulton Public School / School-Age childcare centers is to encourage and support children's learning through play. Our belief is that children are naturally active and curious learners. By providing a wide variety of learning environments and activities, children will find learning exciting and challenging.

We know that a child's first and strongest relationships are developed within the family unit. Therefore, we encourage family participation in our facility and maintain an open line of communication with parents in which progress and concerns are voiced. 

Our program focuses on each area of development at an age-appropriate level. Physical coordination and development are addressed daily in active play. Sanitary facilities and health conscious practices teach children to exercise appropriate centers and group activities. The areas of social, emotional, and moral development are fostered through relationships. Teachers foster individual relationships with each child establishing a sense of trust and increase self esteem within each child. Children will also be taught to value others. Feelings will be accepted and openly discussed as a child matures. Small group and individual activities will promote concepts that are age-appropriate. Children will be encouraged to do their best and feel good about their personal accomplishments. Fulton Public Schools/ School-Age childcare strives to prepare children for the future in whatever path they choose.