Teamwork is Important to Us
Successful teamwork between parents and educators is important to us because it reflects on the child's development.
That's why we have a culture of teamwork at America's Little Leaders Academy. There is constant interaction between parents and educators as we plan excursions, common activities, and parties.
Our current parent-teacher projects:
- "Reading Hour" workgroup
The parents of children of all ages read a story to the classroom.
- Organization of "Father-Child Day"
Once a year, America's Little Leaders Academy hosts a Father-Child Day event. The day's activities are planned by our educators and members of the parent working group.
- Room Parent
Each month we ask 4 parents to become honorary room parents to spend an hour each week inside the classroom to assist in art projects, music class, etc. The parents act as a teacher's aide and get to interact with their child and classmates.
- Child-Parent Talent Show
Once a year America's Little Leaders Academy holds a student-parent talent show which always plays to rave reviews. Singing, dancing, skits and other acts are just some of the ways to showcase your child's many talents.
We're always grateful for support above and beyond the call of duty.
Contact us to find out what you can do!