Everbrook Academy® in Savage is a new, modern preschool, here to support 21st century leaners and their families. Opening late winter/early spring, children will get ready for school and parents get peace of mind. It starts with following CDC guidance, as well as local and state authorities, for a healthy, safe environment when your child is away from home. Their robust procedures include:
Conducting regular temperature and wellness checks
Limiting classroom access
Wearing masks when working with children
Washing hands and sanitizing surfaces more frequently
And they keep you connected with WatchMeGrow, live streaming video of your child’s classroom to any device or computer; plus regular updates and photos with their mobile app.
They help children prepare for elementary school, and help school-age students keep their learning on track, with convenient, flexible enrollment options to fit your schedule and routine.
Everbrook Academy® in Savage is proud to share STEAM-powered education with future leaders and innovators through hands-on learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math. Their programs are for infants through before- and after-school clubs for school-age students.
Everyone wants their children to be ready to face the challenges of life and the ever-changing world around them. Today’s kids benefit from being entrepreneurial and adaptable. They need to be makers and doers, not just thinkers. That’s where STEAM comes in!
STEAM learning stimulates innovation, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, while enhancing your child’s social and emotional development. It connects academic skills to practical application, so learning is meaningful to children’s lives and encourages children to think about what they’re learning in a more connected, holistic way.
Through STEAM, children develop the skills and attributes needed to navigate the world around them:
Science nurtures inquisitive minds and inspires curiosity.
Technology encourages working with tools (both digital and otherwise).
Engineering promotes problem-solving skills.
The Arts help children express ideas and communicate.
Math guides children to apply logic and understanding to systems.