Our Parent Focus
As a parent that’s searching for the right childcare home for their child, we believe that you’ve found it here at Triniti’s World. We strive harder each and every year to meet the needs of our community of working moms, dads, grandparents, and guardians.
After interviewing several parents and staff, it became apparent that in today’s economy, Triniti’s World program offers the most flexible schedule than any other childcare program in the local community.
Our mission is to provide parents with worry-free professional childcare services that include the comfort of knowing that there’s a childcare service here at Triniti’s World to meet the non-traditional hours and schedules that the working parent needs.
Your parental involvement with Triniti’s World can reach beyond your basic pick up and drop off services. As a registered parent, your participation with supporting your child’s academic growth is an extremely important component of the vision of Triniti’s World.
There are several opportunities at Triniti’s World to support you in your parental role.
Daily – You can speak with your child’s teacher and/or Triniti’s World Director about your child’s development.
Weekly – You’ll get assignments to complete at home with your child to take learning beyond the classroom. Enabling parents to work with their child at home is our greatest enjoyment and it’s rooted within the heart of our founders. We know that parents are the child’s first teacher.
Monthly – You have access to what’s happening in the classroom from our monthly theme, learning objectives, classroom volunteer opportunities, the book of the month, and student of the month.
Quarterly – Come out and join us for your one on one parent conference to ensure that we’re working together with the same philosophy in mind. It’s important to us here at Triniti’s World that you’re informed and excited about your child’s progress.
Yearly- To top it all off, you’re are invited to our yearly open house to learn about the new vision for Triniti’s World academic school year.