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Mattisyn School Early Childhood Campus To Open
Opening this fall, the Mattisyn School — “where education begins” — was founded to bring change, awareness and quality to early childhood education in Florida by focusing on empowering the child and how the child learns and thinks.
The Mattisyn School is the center of extraordinary, intellectual energy and enthusiasm. It is a 10,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility, with indoor and outdoor playgrounds located at 8289 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach.
The mission of the school is to inspire the individual child to create limitless achievements. School officials believe in children first and foremost, and that the first five years of a child’s life create the foundation that will last a lifetime.
The Mattisyn School’s unique program creates positive, meaningful learning experiences during the early childhood years, empowering the children to gain self-confidence, self-esteem, self-awareness and the development of a love for learning. By building these traits at an early age, the child can achieve endlessly. Each child is a unique learner with varied learning styles, which is why the Mattisyn School believes “traditional” teaching methods do not work for every child. Its program allows each child to thrive and excel.
The Mattisyn School optimizes the development of each child in a rich, safe, nurturing environment. It is the early experiences of the young child that mold and shape the child’s entire life.
School officials are passionate about promoting loving, positive development and growth. Students are considered by application only; applications will be accepted within the next few months.
The Mattisyn School was founded by Paula Francese, an attorney, entrepreneur and mother of two children: Matthew, 11, and Addisyn, 7.
For additional information, visit the school’s web site at www.mattisynschool.com.
Yellow buses crowding the streets. Middle-aged women sporting the all-too-familiar orange and yellow vests as they guide an eclectic array of children across congested intersections. Are you ready for the first day of school?
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