Let's Take A Journey

Owner: Davie White-Hill

 

Launching Let's Take A Journey Daycare has been a dream of mine for many years. I began my journey by first obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education. I knew that in order to have a flourishing business, I would first need experience in the classroom, as well as additional professional training. I then went on to receive a Masters of Science in Special Education to ensure a successful educational journey for all scholars who walked through my doors. I feel that one must first educate themselves, before educating others. After another year of gaining experience in teaching pre-k children with disabilities, I knew it was now time to act on my aspirations. I wanted to create an environment where children with disabilities could learn without all the politics of labeling. I do believe without a doubt that God has an inevitable calling upon my life to make a difference in this world, one child at a time. Having the ability to educate, communicate, and love children with exceptional needs are not skills that many individuals possess. It is a true blessing to be able to see the world through more than my own two eyes, have the compassion of a million men, and the patience to await the great harvest. I love what I get to do each and every day, and I am grateful to have the opportunity to plant seeds into exceptional minds. Here at Let's Take A Journey we educate the whole child by focusing on intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development. Each scholar will voyage through this educational experience at a steady pace, all while receiving constant encouragement to strive for excellence.

Remember, every journey begins by taking that first step, so let’s take it together!

Motto: Where Learning has no Labels

Symbol: Butterfly Footprint – A butterfly symbolizes beginning in one way and ending in another. This is the expectation of all scholars attending Lets Take A Journey. High expectations equal high outcomes. Foot paintings are not “typical” arts and craft activities, making this a perfect icon for children that are not “typical”, but are astounding. Finally, the multi-color wings represents the diverseness of all scholars, as well as the multitude of disabilities.

 

Vision: To embrace a culture that addresses the needs of exceptional learners through enhanced instructional practices in meeting or exceeding target growth.