Mission Statement & Philosophy
At Joyous Town, our mission is to provide quality child care for all families in the community in a bilingual, warm, nurturing, loving and educational environment. We believe that the first years of a child’s life is by far the most important, helping to lay the foundation for all intellectual and emotional development to follow. Our goal is to provide a place with Christian values where children know that they are accepted, loved, protected, and wanted; empowers children to develop the basic social skills of self-respect, respect for others, discipline, responsibility and allowing them to go as far as they are able.
We encourage children to be independent and allow children the freedom to learn and develop at their own individual pace in a stimulating. Naturally there are rules and order, but the freedom children experience by making their own choices also makes learning fun. It is our hope that when the day is gone, and children go home, they feel happy and proud of themselves; eager to express the happenings of their day to you.
Meet Our Staff
Lois founded and established Joyous Town to serve her community. She has eight plus years of working with young children and currently has ECE credentials. Watching children learn, grow and be successful are her passion. You will find her trying new recipes and exploring nature when she isn't working.
Joyce is from Malaysia and has more than 30 years of experience working with young children. She is a Montessori certified teacher and she incluldes Montessori teaching into curriculum. She balances learning through play and academic work. Her goal is to build a solid foundation for all the children in her care.
Roya is a mother of six. She moved to the United States from Afghanistan in 2015. She has experience working with all ages from infants through PreK. She is currently working towards her Early Childhood Initial certificate. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Four plus years of working as a nanny and a year of early childhood experience. She values in building positive relationship with young children. She moved to WA with her husband two years ago. They enjoy exploring WA and its beautiful places. She also teaches the little ones Mandarin and her Chinese culture.
Pearl has more than a year of experience in early childhood and continues to grow her knowledge and further her education. When you do not see her working with the children, that means she is onto cooking yummy lunches! In her spare time, she will visit her future retire home in Idaho.