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  1. Daniela Alcerro

    Joy, Thank you so much for sharing these!!! I’ll take into consideration all of your tips when opening my preschool in August!!!
    Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

  2. Rachell

    Hey Joy
    Thank you for such important and very relevant material that you are sharing free of charge. Any ideas of places that can be rented as preschools apart from my house? I really have a passion but dont know where to start from.

  3. Olusayo Marks

    Hey Joy, you are such a rare Gem. Thanks so much for all your ideas and experiences you have been sharing with us. Can’t wait to start my preschool. God bless you.

  4. Jami H

    I always struggle with calling back families who are undecided or did not fill out the application during the tour. Any suggestions on what to say?

  5. Mrs. B

    Could you comment on how to handle a “special needs” child? What if you have chosen to not to accept children with either health or autism issues? Some private preschools are just not the best school for children who may need more than we can give. I don’t want the child or parent to feel “rejected”. Help!

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    Joy Anderson

    Hi Mrs. B., I think it’s important to communicate to the parents what you’re skilled in. If you’re not skilled in working with children with autism, then you’re not necessarily the right teacher to help their child. Helping them find a qualified teacher would be the best solution in that case. 🙂

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