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For 25 years, Windsor Happy School has provided the highest level of care and learning excellence for the area’s children. Owner Sefali Shah says, “We are excited to be hitting this milestone. We have seen several generations of children grow and thrive. Some of our former students return to become aides or to do their student teaching rotations so we keep in close touch with our kids. Our aim is to make Windsor Happy School like a second home, a place where the children are eager to come and learn. We clearly are here for the long term. Safety has been the guiding hallmark of Windsor Happy School, making it a place that parents and students trust.”
“Our focus goes beyond academics. We instill social skills and good behavior. We guide the children’s interpersonally skill with emphasis on concept such as honesty and social responsibility. We strive to have the children work collaboratively, stressing fairness and cooperation. In addition, we introduce them to hygiene and healthy practices,” Shah says.
To celebrate their silver anniversary, Windsor Happy School will be holding an ice cream social and fun fair (Check the website or call for date and time.)
Come and enjoy the fun and find out more about the broad programs offered. For readers of this article, bring a copy and ask about our special back to school promotion of one month free.
“A distinguishing aspect of our program is the very low student/teacher ratio,” Shah says proudly. “Our infant program has one teacher for only three children and for toddlers the ratio is 1 to 5, below the industry norm. We do not provide food on site. This allows parents to be in control of their child’s diet and it contains the overall cost.”
“What makes our school distinctive is our all-inclusive service. We open at 7 a.m. and are here until 7 p.m. Parents know that they can drop their children at a safe place and that we handle extracurricular activities and transportation to our partners such as Kumon’s math and reading programs, and our field trips. There is no need to come back and forth to drop the kids off at other locations,” said Shah. “We are available year-round and our facility in Princeton Junction is minutes from the train station.”
“Kumon classes are available from 2-4 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and we take children to Tae Kwon Do as part of our physical development commitment. Our field trips are posted on our site’s Happening Board and on our Facebook page. Be sure to look us up and like us.”
“We also have extensive enrichment programs such as music classes with Miss Kay from Harmony for Kids. Coach Terry from Amazing Athletes comes once a week during the school year and children get to experience a variety of sports both active ones such as volleyball and ‘patient’ sports such as golf. He discusses nutrition as well. Beyond this, we have periodic visits from an art specialist for more formal instruction beyond the fun projects the children do in class.”
Your child can have not better start in life and learning that Windsor Happy School. Explore the possibilities.
Windsor Happy School. 217 Clarksville Rd, West Windsor. (609) 799-3990. windsorhappyschool.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.