SBSB: OUR MISSION
Our mission is to have children learn through play. Toys are fun, but toys are also tools that help children learn about themselves and the world around them. Play is critical to the healthy growth
and development of children. As children play, they learn to solve problems, to get along with others and to develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow and learn. Play helps a child do the following: develop physical skills, develop cognitive concept, develop language skill, develop
social skills. Developing these skills at a young age help shape children in to productive students of the future. At So Big So Bright we pride ourselves in providing a facility that can keep children stimulated cognitively and physically. Aside from developmental growth our most important task is keeping students safe. So Big So Bright has two separate coded doors to allow access to only parents/guardians with personalized codes. Additionally, we have surveillance cameras going 24/7. We do not stop our education with just our students. So Big So Bright has two director staff on site at all times. 90% of our staff has our Early Childhood Degrees. Each staff member either has their Child Development Associate or is taking classes to obtain their CDA. Our teachers also take continued education units that include Health, Safety and Nutrition, Child Growth and Development, Behavioral Observation and screening, Pre-School Appropriate Practices and many other courses to keep our staff members up to date and sharp with new teaching skills and methods. Our staff is also mandated to complete CPR/AED/First-Aid/Injury & Universal Precautions. Each staff member is also trained in Fire Extinguisher Education & Awareness. Additionally, our staff undergoes a level 2 federal background check. So Big So Bright looks forward to being a helpful stepping stone to your child's bright future.
OPEN DOOR POLICY
At So Big So bright, we believe that a strong school and home connection is vital for success. We actively seek to keep parents informed about their children and become involved in their school life in the following ways:
-Daily contact during drop off and pick up.
-Specialize notes for parents to read daily.
-Parent teacher conferences.
-Participating during school events such as holidays or birthdays.