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Where Children Love to Learn
Dedicated and experienced educators teach our classes. Our teachers act as facilitators, helping children plan, select, and explore materials in developmentally appropriate ways and support their growth and development in all areas. They are creative experts in their field, who care about young children and are dedicated to providing an exciting and nurturing place where youngsters can grow and thrive.
About our Current staff:
Barbie Bergstrom, Owner/Director - Pre-K Lead Teacher
Elaine Hanvey, Preschool Teacher
Rachael Richard, Toddler Teacher
Tenderhearts Preschool has provided a high-quality preschool curriculum and extended daycare for children of Dracut and surrounding towns since 1999. We welcome and encourage diversity in our population and program. All are welcome, regardless of race, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, or differing abilities. Tenderhearts Preschool serves and acknowledges all types of families in its programming. The preschool is licensed and operates within the requirements of the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC).
Tenderhearts preschool is owned and operated by Barbie Bergstrom and is Located at 1484 Mammoth Rd Dracut, MA 01826 in a beautiful neighborhood setting.
Your child's success is our priority. To support our inclusive community, we provide a personal approach, tailoring learning methods to each student's needs. We anticipate that children in our care will have opportunities to:
· Develop socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively
· Gain confidence and build self-esteem by practicing and developing self-help skills
· Becoming more independent and being a valued member of a group
· Strengthen communication and cooperation skills
· Practice self-regulation skills and strategies, while being guided in problem-solving and conflict resolution techniques
· Feel special, included, and accepted while their home culture and language is reflected in the classroom environment
· Participate in tasks that are open-ended, engaging, and meaningful, both indoors and outdoors
· Gain knowledge about themselves, others, and the world around them
· Have experiences, which will challenge, inspire, and engage them while playing, learning, and interacting with others
· Develop skills that will help lay the foundation needed for future school success and support the development of a lifelong love of learning.