For Parents

Tips & FAQ


Working Hand-In-Hand

We recognize that raising a child is a full-time job that does not end with the school day. One of our goals is to create a bridge between home and school in order to cultivate a consistent and encouraging environment for learning. However, we cannot do this without your input and support. Teamwork between our staff and parents is absolutely essential. By participating in daily correspondence, reading the monthly calendar and daily postings, scheduling conferences, and attending field trips, you can stay current with your child’s development and play an active role in their daily routine. Furthermore, you are welcome to visit the center at anytime and share concerns or ideas that you may have. “Together we can create a wonderful and rich educational experience that your “Little Miracle” will carry with them into Kindergarten and beyond.”


Toilet Training Policy

Staff Members at Little Miracles:

  • Treat each child as an individual who will develop at his/her own rate.
  • Are calm, patient, and show a matter of fact attitude when toilet training.
  • Clearly communicate the behavior that is expected of the child.
  • Anticipate gradual, rather than instant success.
  • Do not employ negative discipline (punishment, scolding, or shaming).
  • Observe each child to determine readiness.
  • Encourage and praise each child to determine readiness.
  • Encourage and praise each child for success and understanding of accidents.
  • Switch from diapers to under wear when the child is ready.
  • Encourage the child’s ability to learn.


From Parents

* My daughter attended Little Miracles for a short time, but the time she spent there was wonderful. My reason for sending her to pre-school was to get her ready for Kindergarten and to learn to properly interact with children her age. Not only did she learn the skills that she would need to be a successful Kindergartner, but she also became a part of a wonderful school family! We were very grateful to be a part of the Little Miracles family, and we miss everyone so much. The staff was wonderful. They were all so warm and truly caring of not only my preschooler, but also of myself and younger daughter who was a newborn at the time. I highly recommend Little Miracles Child Care and Educational Center to any parent who is looking to send their child to Pre-school.
-Kristen Tackach