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Growing seeds north

Our mission is providing families, children and staff a learning community in which all participants develop through a spiral dance of observation, inquiry, reflection and documentation. We create an intentional environment where each participant is respected as a responsible contributing member in our community. We see the participants as co-researchers, co-learners and collaborators in the building of our community.

Our Mission

At Growing Seeds, we choose to begin and end each of our interactions with respect and joy. This is both intentional and natural for us. We use kindness, collaboration, inquiry, and reflection to foster nurturing relationships between the members of our community.

Kindness

Kindness is to nurture an atmosphere or environment in which compassion and mutual understanding is highly encouraged and modeled.

Collaboration

Collaboration is cultivating an intentional partnership between students, families, teachers and our larger community in which we work towards a common goal.

Inquiry

Inquiry is encouraging and honoring the process of questioning, exploring and discovering, the acquisition of knowledge.

Reflection

Reflection is revisiting our experiences to create new pathways of deeper connections and understandings.

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Aaron Guzman

Co-Founder Humanitas

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Co-Founder Humanitas

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Growing seeds is a wonderful daycare with outstanding teachers and staff. It is safe lots of play areas inside and out. Kids from infant to toddler have there own class rooms and activities that lets their imaginations run free. Parents are welcome to participate in classroom activities, read books for the children …

Posted by Nate L. at Yelp User Review on November 15, 2011. Brought to you by binglocal.

Going downhill – The place started out good with decent care for the children. It was small personable with love for children.

Over the last 3 years Jessica (the owner) has tripled the number of children and classrooms across two locations. At this point the focus is not on childcare any longer. It’s about growing the business, expansions, and making money.

The place is going downhill fast. Most teachers do not have adequate training in childcare, qualified management is MIA, and the kids run wresting and fighting with one another across the playground all day.

They are supposed to.

Posted by Landlordmeister on July 21, 2010. Brought to you by Citysearch.

Going downhill

The place started out good with decent care for the children. It was small personable with love for children.

Over the last 3 years Jessica (the owner) has tripled the number of children and classrooms across two locations. At this point the focus is not on childcare any longer. It’s about growing the business, expansions, and making money.

The place is going downhill fast. Most.

Posted by Landlordmeister on July 20, 2010. Brought to you by yellowpages.

Growing Seeds

We were impressed with Growing Seeds from the moment we checked out their website. We were looking for a program that used Reggio Emilia and constructivist techniques, as well as a school with a Spanish language component. We toured a number of daycares and, while several other schools had similar philosophies, it was the people that set Growing Seeds apart for us: they were by far the warmest, most inviting group of teachers and administrators that we met.

We visited Growing Seeds twice before enrolling our daughter. During both visits, we were drawn to the physical beauty of the.

Posted by neportlandmom on October 16, 2008. Brought to you by Citysearch.

Growing Seeds ? Growing Business but not Growing Love – My son was enrolled ay Growing Seeds North from the time he was 4 months old until he was16 months, almost a year to the day. We had two bad periods. There was a month during a change of teachers when we were concerned that our son wasn?t being fed (there were discrepancies in reporting). We got that straightened out and then the biting began. It culminated in our son coming home with eight bites over four days he was at Growing Seeds within a two week period ? one day he came home with four bites (and when the biter bit three.

Posted by marathonermomma on August 30, 2008. Brought to you by Citysearch.

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Growing Seeds North is located at Growing Seeds, Portland, OR. This location is in the Arbor Lodge neighborhood..

Posted on March 17, 2015. Brought to you by merchantcircle.

Growing Seeds North at 6505 Northeast M L King Boulevard, Portland, OR 97211