Preschool

2018-2019 School Year

September 4-5, 2018 - May 17, 2019

All classes have an annual non-refundable registration fee: $90 members and $110 program guests, to be paid AFTER Director placement.

Monthly Rates:

     Members   Program Guests
Toddler 5-day;$1,000$1,500
Preschool-Pre-K 2-days         $170 $190
Preschool-Pre-K 3-days  $220 $250
Preschool-Pre-K 5-days $345 $390

Eastridge

Toddler (Ages 12 months - 3 years)
Designed to aid children with their basic motor, social, emotional, cognitive and linguistic development.

Buttercups: Monday-Friday
Sweet Peas: Monday-Friday 

Preschool (Ages 3-4 years)
Children work on letter recognition using the letter of the week, and are introduced to Handwriting Without Tears using shapes to form letters. Games, songs, and finger plays are used to learn numbers.

Shooting Stars: Monday-Friday 
Honeysuckles: Tuesday, Thursday

Pre-K (Ages 4-5 years)
Working on the benchmarks required to enter kindergarten. This includes the children’s social/emotional development, physical development, exercising their fine and gross motor skills, intellectual development dealing with vocabulary, facing new challenges and problem solving, and reading readiness which is recognizing both upper and lower case letters and encourage an interest in reading. Handwriting without Tears is used to teach letter writing.

Daisies: Monday-Friday
Sunflowers: Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Westridge

Preschool (Ages 2 1/2 - 3 years)
Designed to aid children with their social skills as well as introduce them to the learning environment.

Guppies: Tuesday, Thursday 

Combined Preschool / Pre-K (Ages 3 - 5 years)

Chameleons: Monday-Friday

Preschool (Ages 3 - 4 years)
Children work on letter recognition using the letter of the week, and are introduced to Handwriting Without Tears using shapes to form letters. Games, songs, and finger plays are used to learn numbers.

Pollywogs: Tuesday, Thursday
Tiny Turtles: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 

Pre-K (Ages 4 - 5 years)
Working on the benchmarks required to enter kindergarten. This includes the children’s social/emotional development, physical development, exercising their fine and gross motor skills, intellectual development dealing with vocabulary, facing new challenges and problem solving, and reading readiness which is recognizing both upper and lower case letters and encourage an interest in reading. Handwriting without Tears is used to teach letter writing.

Ladybugs: Monday, Wednesday & Friday

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