First United Methodist Church, Brenham
Sunday, October 13, 2019
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408 N. Baylor St, Brenham TX 77833 (map)
(979) 830-8661

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CDC Goals

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Our Center Philosophy

The Methodist Weekday Child Development Center operates as part of the Weekday ministries program for the early childhood development of the First United Methodist Church of Brenham, Texas. The Weekday School has been in operation since 1958.

The purpose of the Center is to provide a quality half-day preschool program, and extended care program in a loving Christian environment, which will benefit the child, the parent, and the community.

We believe young children learn through direct interaction with their environment and that they learn best when all their senses are involved. Exploration, questioning and experimenting with real objects, people and situations gives them a solid foundation of knowledge and learning skills. This hands-on learning teaches children to problem solve, hypothesize, question, and explain. These skills are essential for future academic success. The CDC also places a strong emphasis on social skills and effective communication with other children and adults.

Our ABC's

Accept a child as the wonderful person he or she is.

Be a good role model in all we say and do.

Communicate respectfully and listen attentively.

Discipline fairly, firmly, and with love.

Encourage good eating habits.

Find ways to get and stay fit.

Give chores that build responsibility.

Help a child learn healthy ways to manage anger and stress.

Instill respect for people and property.

Join us for special fun events.

Keep our promises or don't make them.

Laugh together and enjoy each other's company.

Make rules and enforce them with consistency.

Never use physical force on a child.

Offer help whenever needed.

Praise children for achievements as well as for efforts.

Quickly stop a child from any harmful activities.

Read together often and make reading fun.

Show patience and remember nobody is perfect.

Teach health and safety rules and good character trains.

Use every opportunity to tell children "Jesus Love You."

Value all children's thoughts and opinions.

Xcite each child to the value of education.

You and your child are special.

Zero in on practicing good teaching skills every day.


 Our Goals 


To encourage learning that asks why or how something works.

To encourage learning that allows the child to work and play with others.

To encourage learning to create and build with pleasure.

To encourage learning to take responsibility for behavior.

To encourage learning to appreciate strengths/accommodate limitations in others.

To encourage learning about the earth and how to take care of it.

To encourage learning that everyone is worthy of God's love and the love of others.