Fun & Learning Center


About us
Mission Statement:

The Fun & Learning Center exists to provide a safe, affordable, developmentally appropriate environment for preschool and school age children. Our focus is to provide a stimulating early care and education experience which promotes each child's social/emotional, physical and cognitive development. Our goal is to support children's desire to be life-long learners and to have an increased cultural awareness as they grow and learn.

Bullets:
■ FLC Opened in 1998!
Our Pre-school and Daycare in Misawa has been a huge hit since it opened.  Our small classes are in high demand and we recommend registering as soon as possible.

■We strive to keep our staff well trained for everyday learning activities AND for emergencies!
Teaching and caring for children is a huge responsibility, and we take that responsibility seriously! We ensure that all of our staff are CPR and First Aid Certified. This is just one of the many ways that we demonstrate our commitment to each child's safety and personal well-being.



■Our Curriculum Meets NAEYC Guidelines!
Our age-appropriate, activity-based curriculum follows the guidelines set by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).  You can visit their website at http://www.naeyc.org/



■ Our Preschool Room Is Warm And Inviting!
Our preschool parents get the best of both worlds: A professional, organized preschool with affordability, comfort, and personal one on one attention.

Fun & Learning Center Code of Ethics:


To always demonstrate honesty, charity, tolerance, respect, good will, dignity, fairness, empathy, compassion, perseverance, courage, responsibility, and friendship. To appreciate childhood as a unique and valuable stage of the human life cycle.

To continually strive for knowledge and wisdom and to focus our teaching methods on how children develop and learn.

To recognize that children are best understood and supported in the context of family, culture*, community, and society. (* The term culture includes ethnicity, racial identity, economic level, family structure, language, and religious and political beliefs, which profoundly influence each child's development and relationship to the world.) To recognize that children and adults achieve their full potential in the context of relationships that are based on trust and respect and to appreciate and support the bond between the child and family.

To respect the dignity, worth, and uniqueness and diversity of each individual; child, family member, and colleague.

To strive to recognize, research, respect, understand and teach about various attributes and values of different cultures. It is our goal to ensure that each child's culture, language, ethnicity, and family structure are recognized and valued. To foster an environment for open discussions among staff members, managers, and parents where new concepts can be presented and old ones challenged with respect for their past utility and without fear of negative repercussion. Above all, we shall not harm children. We shall not participate in practices that are emotionally damaging, physically harmful, disrespectful, degrading, dangerous, exploitative, or intimidating to children. This principle has precedence over all others in this Code .

Staff Statement of Commitment: The FLC Statement of Commitment is a personal acknowledgment of our staff members' individual willingness to embrace the distinctive values and moral obligations of the field of early childhood care and education.

As an individual who works with young children, I commit myself to:
Never harm children.
Ensure that programs for young children are based on current knowledge and research of child development and early childhood education.
Respect and support families in their task of nurturing children.
Respect colleagues in early childhood care and education and support them in maintaining the FLC Code of Ethics.
Serve as an advocate for children, their families, and their teachers in community and society.
Stay informed of and maintain high standards of professional conduct. Engage in an ongoing process of self-reflection, realizing that personal characteristics, biases, and beliefs have an impact on children and families.


Be open to new ideas and be willing to learn from the suggestions of others.
Continue to learn, grow, and contribute as a professional.

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