The Pre-Kindergarten Program

The Pre-Kindergarten Program is designed to broaden the learning experiences of the preschool child. As we know, young children learn through play. The primary goal of the program is to respect the uniqueness of each child, to provide a flexible climate, to maintain and develop an enthusiasm for learning, and to encourage the relationship between home and school by actively involving the family. Parent meetings and volunteering in the classroom are important parts of this program.

A Pre-Kindergarten class is a place where children will learn to have fun, to develop an interest about themselves and the world around them and to become familiar with the routines of school. The Pre-K class gives children opportunities to socialize with other youngsters in a supervised situation where guidance can be given and where appropriate behaviors are emphasized.

Our Pre-Kindergarten program offers a developmental educational experience designed to enhance social, emotional, cognitive and physical development. Activities are planned that will increase the child's understanding of the world around him or her, as well as encourage speech and language development. Parent involvement and the parent's role as an educator is a primary emphasis of the developmental Pre-Kindergarten Program. Parents are provided with the opportunity to be involved in their child's education in the classroom, at home, and through various organized groups and activities. This quality program is based on the best of what we know about child development. It provides appropriate experiences which build on the child's natural love of learning. It recognizes that young children experience the world around them with all their senses. Play is the best tool for developing those skills which lead to successful school experiences. This give all children and their families a better chance to reach their full potential.

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