Throughout every month, enrichment programs are provided to stimulate a child’s physical, social, emotional and spiritual growth. These are held during regular school hours and designed to enhance our program by giving children opportunities for further growth and development.
Chapel Time – Spiritual Growth
The program is designed to teach the children that God loves them and asks us to be kind and loving to one another. The children learn songs, listen to stories and learn how to “talk” to God whenever they need to. Pastor Jennie provides a warm, loving, welcoming environment to children of all faiths.
Creative Storytelling/Library Time – Language and Cognitive Growth
Ms. Gina creates a special story time once a month to get the children excited about books and reading! The children are allowed to “check out” a preschool library book to bring home and read with their family, then return to the preschool.
Fit Kids Exercise Program – Physical Growth
A program designed to teach children about healthy bodies. We exercise, talk about healthy foods, and why it is important to take care of our bodies. We move to the music, learn about muscles and create fun games to keep our bodies moving!
Spirit Day – Social and Emotional Growth
A FAVORITE WITH PARENTS AND CHILDREN. These are parent/student events which are held once a month. This is designed to get the parents involved. Children are asked to wear their preschool t-shirts on this day. Some of the events are Back to School Picnic, International Night of Thanks and Art Show, Donuts with Dads, Mom’s Spa Day and the Story Book Character Parade.
WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING
My Daughter has become more social…and learned so much.
Truly exceeded my expectations.
Children develop crucial social skills under gentle guidance of teachers.
Professional, highly qualified staff who provide a warm, nurturing environment.
I love the small classes and know that her teachers really care about every child!
It was such a comfort knowing my boys were in such a loving environment.
I love the way they use hands on learning.
The curriculum is well-developed and includes both child- and teacher-directed projects. The small classes foster both academic and social development.
Each child is cared for and developed as an individual in their small classroom setting.
I love the diversity of this preschool.