Philosophy Statement as a Potential Director of a Preschool

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The early years of a child’s life are the most critical when it comes to their development. They are growing and learning at a phenomenal rate. I believe each child has character traits, giftings, and talents that make that child unique. I read a book once called ‘Children are Wet Cement’ that impacted the way I look at children. It said that children are like wet cement – you can mold them and make imprints on them while they are young before they start to ‘harden’. Not that children can’t change, but that they are impressionable, teachable, and filled with wonder when young. We need to take advantage of the time we have with them to instill in them a love for learning and respect for themselves and for others. My goal as a director is assist our staff to teach, guide, and encourage the students we are privileged to teach. My hope is that our students will grow to be confident, successful individuals that reach their fullest potential. Goals As a director of a preschool my first goal would be to have an organized and efficient front office. I would want an environment and atmosphere that welcomes parents and students and makes sure parents know we will support them as they raise their children to the best of our ability. I would want to be sure that my employees are well qualified, enthusiastic teachers who love children and enjoy working with them. I would want them to know their ideas and suggestions are important and that they are a valued part of the

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