The Nashua Early Education Program (NEEP) provides a developmental learning approach where children with special needs, along with typically developing children come together to learn, grow, and play. Through play, children develop social, communication and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments. NEEP provides a positive, structured learning environment with a multi curricular approach in which children have positive social relationships, acquire and use knowledge and skills, and take appropriate action to meet their needs. The NEEP Curriculum is taught using activities designed to foster growth in all developmental areas.
The Nashua Early Education Program Curriculum has been designed to meet the expectations of the New Hampshire Kindergarten Readiness Indicators and the Preschool Child Outcomes for Young Children with Disabilities Ages 3-5. We are committed to providing a developmentally appropriate preschool experience that meets the needs of all students. The curriculum represents a continuum of developmental skills and we will endeavor to maximize the growth of each student based on their individual needs.