Children learn through hands-on, sensory experiences and a great Child Care facility understands this. They look at the world as a place filled with wondrous new things to see, hear, touch, taste, and smell. In the class room, children have various hands-on learning opportunities to experience these senses.

Essential to learning, particularly to the development of those special intellectual qualities of originality and creativity; is self-esteem. A child must be confident, and with that ability he or she becomes more independent.

A never-ending search for the most ideal environment for your children exists as our highest priority, and those qualities are being achieved at our center. We uniquely provide both outdoor and indoor playing and learning areas.

A Partnership with You and Your Child

At 1, 2, 3 You ‘N Me Preschool, we encourage parents to participate in being a helper in the class room. If your child is nervous about entering the classroom, parents are welcomed to come in and stay with the child if they need to. We want your child’s experience here to be a good one, and we’re always available to talk to you when needed, or answer any questions you may have.

From Infant Care to Before and After School Care for children between 5-12 years old, 1, 2, 3 You ‘N Me is the Daycare Company parents can count on.

Staff Requirements and Involvement

We pride ourselves on seeking out only the best child development professionals in the area. Our staff is handpicked for their love of children, educational background, and ability to understand and adhere to our center’s philosophy.

  • Each teacher enters with an Associate Degree,  BA in Child Development, or BA in Elementary. They are required to have experience in this area as well.
  • Each staff member is on a 6-month probationary period. During this time they are being evaluated on their ability to follow the philosophy of our center and the policies on which our program is based.
  • Staff members are required to attend 15 hours of outside education per year to further their knowledge in early childhood development.