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Enrollment Options

Half-Day Program

Option A: 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Option B: 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Children are divided into three classes,

  • a “Junior” class for 3-year-olds turning 4,
  • a “Senior” class for 4-year-olds turning 5, and
  • a “Master” class for 5-year-olds turning 6.

Each class participates in a variety of whole and small group activities as well as self chosen play activities, such as the block and dramatic play areas.

Teachers encourage cooperation and problem solving skills as children learn to play and work together. Good citizenship is our goal. Autonomy is fostered through daily routines as children practice self help skills, make and carry out plans for play, and contribute to classroom upkeep.

Art activities are designed to encourage self expression, creativity and to explore materials.

Teachers are intentional in planning activities based on children’s interests and varying developmental levels. Teachers and children form close relationships making each child feel valued and respected. Children build the base skills needed for reading, writing and arithmetic through hands-on, fun and appropriately challenging experiences.

There are lots of opportunities for exploring, asking questions and discovering. Our classrooms are very busy places!

Our schedule includes a mid-morning snack time and lunch at 12:30 p.m.


Full-Day Program

7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

After lunch, full-day students will prepare for rest time with a favorite story.

Each child is provided with a mat and lots of TLC from teachers to make nap time an enjoyable experience. Children awaken to a variety of activities to choose until picked up at the end of the day, including lots of outdoor play.

Our afternoons and our early mornings are slow-paced with plenty of individual attention to meet the special needs of full day children.

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