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We Grow People Big and SmallTM.

Meet the Team

Your School Director: Laura Oneto

Hi, I’m Laura Oneto, School Director at Celebree School of Spring Ridge, and I’m proud to have been with Celebree since 2013. I have devoted my life to early childhood education, having been in the field for over almost 40 years now. My passion for early education runs deep; it is such a privilege to be able to make a difference in young lives and teach them core skills and values that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. There is no better feeling in the world than seeing a child master a task they have been working so hard on.

It’s so important that each child trusts that they are in a safe, open, welcoming space in order for them to learn and succeed. I work hard to make sure Celebree is one of those places – a space for children to learn, explore, and discover while developing a lifelong love of learning. I believe that, when given the opportunity, children can achieve anything they set their minds to, and our job as educators is to provide them with the tools, skills, and values they need for them to reach their fullest potential.

I promise to provide exceptional family and child experience each and every day. I truly believe in Celebree’s mission statement, “We Grow People Big and Small,” and I’m proud to work for a company that not only believes in growing the children, but also our incredible staff. I am excited to help grow our team here at Celebree School of Spring Ridge, and I can’t wait for what the future has in store! Welcome to our school!”

7 Domains of Learning

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Personal and Social Development

Children learn to develop healthy relationships with adults and their peers while cultivating a positive personal identity.
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Scientific Thinking

Children are taught to channel their natural curiosity to articulate questions and draw conclusions about the world around them.
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Mathematical Thinking

This discipline focuses on numbers and their relationships, in addition to the geometric concepts that explain spatial awareness.
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Language and Literacy

The basis of learning, this domain opens the door of communication through writing and drawing as well as grammar and comprehension.
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This sphere examines societal relationships based on social structures and the connections between people and their communities.
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The Arts

An exploration into visual arts, music, dance and theater, this domain celebrates distinctive expression of emotions and ideas.
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Physical Development and Health

Children are taught regard for health and nutrition in addition to the benefits of exercise to develop a strong mind and body.
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