We recognize that the concept of “discipline” means training and discipleship. We love all our children and understand nor expect them to be perfect. When they misbehave, we correct them lovingly but firmly. They may have to spend some time in time out. If misbehavior persists we meet with the parents so that they can be fully informed and we can all work together to correct the misbehavior.
I just wanted to take the time to let you know what a great job you are doing. My daughter has been there for about 6 months now, and I can already see wonderful things happening with her. But the best part is, it’s not just with her, it’s actually with our whole family. There is a seed that has been planted and that seed has grown. Now she is planting seeds in her sisters. She has taught her 3-year-old sister, Megan, to pray before every meal, and even at bedtime. Tears came to my eyes one night as I watched her kneeling at her bedside to pray before going to sleep. I didn’t think a 4 or 5-year-old could really grasp the concept of God and prayer, but I’ve been proven wrong. And I love that I’ve been proven wrong! There’s so much that she has learned. My husband’s family marvels at her ability to recite the 23rd Psalm as well as other Bible verses. She is also reading, and I can see that she is gaining more confidence in herself. When she first started, she was very shy and not sure of herself. She would give up if something was too hard, but now she knows that she is smart and can do anything if she sticks with it. It makes me so happy to see these changes in her. When I first found your preschool, I prayed that I was making the right decision leaving her there, and now I know that I did. Thank you so much for everything! You are such wonderful people, and you are doing wonderful things with all of these kids. You’re planting seeds in each one of them, and I hope they continue to grow through the rest of their lives. May God continue to bless you, your family, your preschool, all of the kids that come through your doors, and all of their families. Thank you again!Laura Jones, Spring Hill