INFANT PROGRAM: TEACHER TO INFANT RATIO

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INFANT PROGRAM: TEACHER TO INFANT RATIO

WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE INDIVIDUALIZED ATTENTION FOR YOUR LITTLE ONE

PVMA Infant environments have a maximum of 12 infants and 4 adults (a 3:1 ratio), one of whom is also the Lead teacher. Though MN state licensing allows a 4:1 ratio for infants, we realize that a 3:1 ratio is better for your child because it allows for more individualized attention. While we strive to maintain the 3:1 ratio throughout the day, there are moments when we will need to provide care at a 4:1 ratio to allow for teacher breaks. When we launch a new Infant classroom, we may temporarily maintain a 4:1 ratio, as infants are slowly added to the program. Once our classroom is fully enrolled, we strive to achieve at 3:1 ratio for majority of the school day.  Though your child will interact with all teachers in the classroom on a daily basis, the classroom’s Lead Teacher will be the main point of contact for parent communication regarding your child.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

There are many considerations when choosing what’s best for your infant. We are here to listen, help answer questions, and partner wth you to develop the best plan for your little one as you go through transitions like feeding, sleeping, and more as your little one grows. Get in touch today and find out how our infant program might be the best choice for you and your family.

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