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Our Pre-Kindergarten Program

Ensuring children are prepared to succeed in school and life.

Pre-Kindergarten children are physically and cognitively able to take on more challenges while still engaging in important foundational learning like friendship building and developing a strong self-concept. Our READY for SCHOOL program helps your child reach his or her greatest potential in all areas including beginning reading and writing skills, math and science concepts, large and small muscle skills, and social and emotional development.

Our teachers stimulates each child’s innate curiosity and exploratory nature to prepare children for lifelong learning and the skills needed to succeed in school and life.

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Our greatest advocates are also our closest friends.

"Thanks for all of you who made Massi's life different everyday. I appreciate your hard work. You deserve all my family's respect."

Our Curriculum Components

The building blocks to balanced education.

  • Language Works Listening, speaking, pre-reading and reading, pre-writing and writing 
  • Math Counts Classification, time and spatial relations, number order and number problems, geometry and measurement.
  • Science Rocks Investigates properties, living things and the environment, forces of nature, motion and gravity, scientific inquiry skills, technology.
  • ArtSmart Visual art, music, dance and creative movement, dramatic art
  • Well Aware Nutrition, health and safety, motor and fitness.
  • Our World Identity development, emotional intelligence, critical thinking about the world, care of the environment.

Learning at Home

Juice Pops

You Will Need:

Juice, popsicle sticks, ice cube tray, small plastic pitcher or measuring cup with a pouring spout

Directions:

Make or buy ready-made juice. Help your child pour the juice into the ice cube trays and put them in the freezer. When the juice begins to harden, put a popsicle stick in each cube, then let freeze the rest of the way.

Tip:

Making juice pops is a fun activity for warm weather, and they can be a fun, healthy afterschool snack or dessert. With all cooking activities, it's helpful to make preparation and cleaning up part of every project.


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