It’s been a summer of growth and change for the renamed Chatterbug School here at the Hearing and Speech Center! With the addition of a new classroom, new teacher, and new name, we are incredibly excited to watch our preschool become a leader in early childhood education.
The new name, Chatterbug School, was created by one of our very own preschool teachers and speaks volumes to the importance of language in the school’s curriculum. By being chatterbugs we encourage students to explore and engage in communication in all areas of the school program. Starting at age two and a half, students have daily art and music classes as well as movement classes in partnership with Jamaroo. Through these curriculums children develop social skills, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, reasoning skills, coping skills and problem solving skills.
By enrolling children in a preschool program like Chatterbug School, they receive a foundation in academics, social interaction skills, and build self-esteem and self-confidence. The expertise in early childhood and special education each of our teachers bring to their students and children with hearing loss or communication delays makes Chatterbug School unique. Additionally, because of the diverse staff at the Center, children have access to speech therapists, counselors, and audiologists who can help them navigate challenges now and years in the future.
Our Chatterbug School is designed for limited enrollment to deliver instruction which can focus on individual needs of students. Its mission is to provide an environment where all children and families feel a sense of belonging and involvement. If you are interested in enrolling in the school please contact Shannon Simonson at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a tour today!