About Us

Your Child Is in Great Hands

Children in Playground

Our Philosophy

At New Life, we see the child as one who is naturally eager for knowledge and capable of initiating learning in a supportive, thoughtfully prepared learning environment. We respect the individual needs of all our students and believe that with the right guidance and direction, they can all succeed. Our approach values the human spirit and the development of the whole child—physical, social, emotional, cognitive. We empower our students to question conventional thinking and to pursue their academic understanding independently.

Health & Safety

Screening and Prevention 

Temperature Checks

  • Contactless thermometers will be used in all cases.

  • The temperature of all children will be taken at drop-off and recorded as a normal or abnormal temperature.

    • Temperatures will be taken two times if the first reading is not normal.

  • Temperature checks and/or screening questions mandated daily for each child upon entry, possibly with a requirement for a designated area for the screenings.

  • A threshold of 100.4℉.

  • Additional vaccine requirements may be required including flu and COVID-19, once available.

Hygiene 

Handwashing

  • Hand washing for all children upon entry in the morning and at certain intervals throughout the day.

  • Children will wash their hands after changing to indoor shoes, before removing any item from their bag or cubby.

  • Children will wash hands after using the bathroom, before and after snack/lunch and after being outdoors.

  • Children will receive a handwashing lesson on the first day of class and there will be ongoing lessons as part of Grace and Courtesy.

Mask Policy

  • Masks will be mandatory for all children.

  • If a child is using cloth masks, they should be washed every night.

  • Adults will wear masks.  Teachers are allowed to wear a face shield only when giving language lessons to a child.

  • Masks should be as comfortable as possible and fit properly (not too loose, too tight, too large, or too small).  Masks made of spandex or with valves or vents, and neck gaiters, bandannas, buffs, or scarf type of facial coverings are not allowed.

  • Children will take shoes off outside classroom doors and change into indoor footwear if they wish.

Preschool Learning Pod

Every Child is Special

Give the freedom to Discover, Explore and create