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Our Mission & Philosophy

Orono Early Learning strives to provide every child with a valuable, safe and developmentally appropriate learning experience.  In developing young minds, we recognize the importance of collaboration among parents and teachers and therefore we cultivate open, mutually respectful and communicative relationships with parents.  We build a solid foundation for each child’s school and life success by helping them gain key social, emotional, academic, physical and creative skills. By holding ourselves to high standards of excellence, we can help each child develop a love for learning which they will keep with them far beyond their Orono Schools experience.

 

 

News from Orono Early Learning

April 26 Speaker Event

Join us for the workshop, Mindfulness – the Path to Peace, presented by Kathy Matthews, licensed parent educator. This workshop will help create a positive and calm climate at home and in the classroom. Peace Factors developed a program for educators, youth and parents. It teaches the essential life skills of compassion and positive decision-making. Adults and…

The Importance of Singing & Playing!

NAEYC’s latest newsletter shared two great articles about the importance of singing and playing as our children learn and grow! 10 Things Every Parent Should Know about Play 10 Ways Babies Learn When We Sing To Them!

Thank You Donors!

Thank You Donors!

Many local businesses were generous enough to donate to the 2017 Early Learning online auction. We appreciate their generosity and support of Orono Early Learning programs! 9 Round Kickboxing Gym Adogo Pet Hotels Albers Jewelry of Long Lake Ambient Photos by Jodi Apple Jack Orchards Bacio Ben & Jerry’s Wayzata Ice Cream Shop Big Island…

The Outdoors is Calling!

Spring is right around the corner, and your little one will soon be exploring the outdoors! Learn how to engage with your child and teach them as they discover the wonders of nature! Click here to read more!

February Early Learning Digest

The February issue of the Early Learning Digest covers caring and cooperating, building secure attachments with your children, and helping your children feel safe.  Read the issue here !

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