Sol Livingston, Center Director
For Sol, working with children is not just intellectual but instinctual as her passion has always been to create strong and healthy foundations for children. Sol believes that KinderCare, Isaac Newton Square can make a very positive impact on your child's development and knows that you will feel comfortable and at ease when you leave your children in the center's care. Throughout the years, by listening to and observing children, parents and teachers, Sol has developed the philosophy that a nurturing, safe, and enriching environment gives children a sense of security and freedom, allowing learning to occur naturally. This is the philosophy of her center and it is what makes KinderCare, Isaac Newton Square unique and differentiates it from other centers.
Sol has worked in public and private education sectors as a teacher, administrator, and consultant. She has conducted a variety of workshops and trainings around early childhood education and development for schools, parent groups, and organizations such as Foundations for Families, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and most recently, at the Virginia Association of Early Childhood Education's annual conference. Sol Livingston has also contributed to the Office of Head Start’s 2008 art, literacy, and family involvement program, Family Night at the Museum, and is featured in its "A Head Start on Picturing America Resource Guide," a tool used by educators nationwide to integrate art into early childhood classrooms.
I am proud to work at a center that encompasses all that a quality early childhood program should be: happy and healthy children, a creative and professional staff, and parents that are warm, supportive and interested in their children’s development!