Toddler or transitional class benefits

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Toddler or transitional class benefits

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When you go on a tour, ask about their toddler or transition or mommy and me classes. Being in a toddler class at a Preschool that you would like to go to is very good. It helps you to see what the school is like and if it's a good fit for your toddler and your family. Often the teachers from that Preschool are leading these classes or even the director. It's a great way for you to get to know the school and the school to get to know you and see if it's a good fit for the whole family. Transition classes are also a way to get into a school. It can be a step in the application process. Ask about that. What is there transition programs? What is their toddler programs. Investigate that because that could be a key to getting into a very desirable school or the school that you want to get into.

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Joanna Port

Educational Specialist & Executive Director of PEL

Joanna Port is Executive Director of the Parents Education League (PEL) of Los Angeles. She holds a master's degree in Education from Pepperdine University and a master's degree in Social Work from University of Southern California. Before having four children of her own, she worked as a social worker with families and children in residential treatment. After she obtained her teaching credential, she worked as a teacher for four years. Coming back to work as PEL's Executive Director, she is able to combine her degrees and interest in education and children's mental health in her hometown, Los Angeles.

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