Every day at the Growing Tree Nursery School is an exciting learning adventure in our positive, warm and nurturing environment. Children thrive while our staff encourages them to explore, learn and grow. Children gain positive self-esteem, build independence and develop social skills that build confident character and ensure their bright future.
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Overlooking the scenic Roslyn duck pond, this child-centered school is family-owned and operated since 1979. Our caring, friendly environment provides warmth, support, and guidance. Director Dawn Friedman, M.S., is actively involved and understands individual needs of children and families. Licensed by The Office of Children and Family Services. Registered with New York State Department of Education. Programs for children ages 2-5. Classrooms are air-conditioned and our outdoor playground is fully equipped. Computer classes and Italian lessons offered. New Apple computer room with iPads and Apple computers. Enrollment is ongoing.
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Dawn Friedman, M.S., is managing director of both family-owned and operated locations. Growing Tree Nursery School, opened in 1979, is a traditional nursery school for 2- to 5-year-olds. Growing Tree North, opened in 2000, is an extended day learning center for ages 3 months to 5 years. Both schools share same philosophy that children learn through play in an engaging and nurturing environment that enhances each child�s individuality and self-esteem. Licensed by NYS OCFS.
Growing Tree Nursery School Revamps Computer Center
Growing Tree Nursery School recently updated its computer center with new Apple computers, iPads, and the most advanced programs and media materials Apple has to offer. Children are able to use the new computer center at least three times per week.
Two Nassau Preschools Teach Students About Special Needs
The Growing Tree Nursery and The Growing Tree North have piloted an American Sign Language program designed to teach preschoolers sign language. The preschools also teach students about other disabilities, like blindness, as a way to raise awareness for those with special needs.
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