At Angie’s Children House, we believe the goal of discipline is to help children develop self-control and become responsible for their own behavior so that he or she grows up to be cooperative, respectful, and caring. We offer guidance and discipline that focus on fostering positive self-esteem and building positive social skills, including interpersonal problem solving techniques.
We also believe that positive reinforcement and re-directive discipline are the most effective methods of behavior management for children. Teachers set clear and consistent expectations for children’s behavior while in our program and explain the reason for rules and limitations as well as natural and logical consequences.
It is the policy of Angie’s Children House that no adult (employee, parents, or volunteer) shall use corporal or unusual punishment, inflict pain, mental abuse, or other actions of a punitive nature to discipline a child.
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