One of the toughest decisions we had to make as parents was who to trust with our 13 week old son. Prior to choosing Precious Angels we toured almost every daycare in Warwick and nothing could compare to the curriculum and facility offered at Precious Angels. The facility is amazing and the Staff is Top … Continued
Precious Angel's Child Center is committed to teaching children how to develop the skills of forming friendships and resolving conflict resolution by connecting with others in a positive way, by doing this we hope to create a more peaceful world.
A Family Business
Precious angels Child Care Inc. is a family owned and operated business spanning three generations. A warm and loving thank you goes out to "Memere" who has always supported and encouraged everything we have ever set out to accomplish. She is our angel.
"My children have been with Precious Angel's for over four years. As a first time mother going back to work I was very nervous about who I would leave my child with. Precious Angel's and their staff quickly calmed my nerves and made me at ease knowing that my child was being cared for by the best of the best.
In The News
Preschool gift drive a lesson in generosity...Since the first of the month, Precious Angel’s Child Care Inc. has been collecting gifts for the Big Sisters of Rhode Island. Executive Director and owner of the preschool, Michele Petrocelli, said the giving tree they have in their lobby is stirring up a great deal of generosity within the hearts of students.
Rhode Island SBJ
In this featured Rhode Island Small Business Video, Rhode Island Small Business Journal interviews Michelle Petrocelli who tells us how she risked everything to become a successful entrepreneur.
High Quality Facilities
Month: October 2014
Children at our School will not receive physical punishment. Children who have conflicts or problems with others while at our School will be encouraged to verbalize their angers and concerns. The role of our staff is to be a helper to positive problem solving. Our staff members redirect rather then punish. Children whose behavior endangers … Continued