Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Students may attend 2 or more days.
Before Care Available: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
After Care Available: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Extended hours may be available based on need.
Each year, we invite a children’s author and/or illustrator to read their book(s) to the students. This is a fun-filled day that aligns with our curriculum theme. The children also learn about the people in their community who work to create the books they read every day.
Fire Prevention Week
Each year during Fire Prevention Week, the students learn important safety skills. The highlight of these lessons is a visit from our local firefighters. The firefighters talk to the children about fire safety, and give them a hands-on tour of the fire engine and its equipment.
Imaginative play is an important learning tool for preschoolers. Using our imagination is an exercise in being more aware, more alive, and more creative. Through our Annual Halloween Celebration, we pay tribute to the benefits of make-believe.
Each year, during November, we embark on a special school-wide project that aligns with our Thankfulness curriculum. One year the students made a Thankfulness Quilt that now hangs in our hallway.
This is truly a camera-worthy event. The children sing carols and our Pre-K students reenact the Christmas Story.
I Love Books!
In conjunction with NEA’s Read Across America, we celebrate our love for books and reading with special events throughout the month of March.
Adventures In Art
Each day we sing a little, dance a little, rhyme a little, and sometimes we paint, or draw, build, or sculpt things into shapes. We are always growing our art and our ability to use color and form to express our feelings, an idea, or a learned subject. Our exhibit, Adventures in Art, showcases art projects worked on throughout the year.
During the months of May and June our school is immersed in the study of insects. The culmination of our bug bonanza is our Butterfly Release Day, when all our students join the Adventurers to release the butterflies they raised in their classroom.