Meet the Team
Not including raising her own children,
Mr. Scott is a retired remodeling contractor, musician, and likes to “restore old things”. After marrying
Ms. Rachel is most importantly the mother of Aspen (our inspiration) In addition she is
Many thanks go to David England with Promo MEdia for creating and maintaining our website.
to meet the emotional needs of every child God places in our care.
Our Vision: School Readiness
WE BELIEVE that relationships play a major role in the wiring of social-emotional intelligence.
The characteristics of social-emotional intelligence are the same key ingredients for school readiness. Those characteristics are: Exhibits self-confidence; expresses natural curiosity; makes thoughtful choices; exhibits self control (controls impulses, delays gratification); relates to others (reads social cues); knows feelings of others and expresses concern (empathy); calming strategies; communicates needs, desires and ideas; problem solves (negotiates and compromises). This list of characteristics was developed in a study in 1968 and has not changed in every study done (each decade) since. There is no order of importance, nonetheless, each one is important in determining the success of your child in school and in life itself.