Manhattan Schoolhouse preschool is inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy to early childhood education. Multi-sensory methods are used as teachers differentiate their approach to meet the varying learning styles and developmental needs of each child. Children learn independence, how to build friendships, and to collaborate with peers. Children explore their interests through long-term investigations. They engage in daily projects in which they work with various mediums of art to express their interpretation of the units of study.
All children participate in weekly specials. Enrichment classes include: music, yoga, dance, language-Spanish and Mandarin. The children take daily walks throughout the neighborhood and play in the local parks.
Manhattan Schoolhouse serves nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack to the children.
All policies and procedures are guided by the Department of Health regulations for early childhood programs.