have 7 regular classrooms and 1 classroom designated for our music,
fitness, library, and art classes. Our students attend library, specials
and recess. All day students have lunch at school (provided by the
family of each all-day student) and a short rest period. We choose to
offer lots of opportunity to transition in and out of the classroom so students can experience a variety of learning and teaching styles.
Runs from 7:00-8:30 & 3:00-5:30 p.m. for ages 2 years old through 5th grade. (Before care is only available for elementary students on Wednesday for DeKalb Central's delay morning and also on weather related delays.) Transportation will need to be arranged by the parent through DeKalb Central Transportation.
are excited to be offering a full time childcare option for the summer
of 2021. This opportunity will provide lunch, possible field trips, our same highly qualified staff, participation in our Fine
Arts Camp, and snacks. At this time we are only offering full time
registration for this program. Childcare will run from May 27th through
option can be added to any morning preschool class to make it a full
day program. Students pack a lunch and have a rest time followed by
enrichment activities. These are month long inquiry themes with hands on
academic and play woven into the afternoon.
are 2 years old. Classes meet Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday &
Thursday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Students in this class will experience
social and emotional development, early language skills, early
math skills, gross motor development, fine motor development and
awareness of the five senses. The cost is $100/month for 2 mornings and $150/month for 3 mornings.
class meets two or three times per week for three hours. Students in the Little
Learners must be 2 years old and do not have to be potty trained,
however, parents are expected to provide diapers, wipes, and diaper
cream. This class is designed to aid young children in the development
of social and motor skills. This development will be encouraged through
exploration of art and the senses, songs, rhymes, and finger plays. The
Little Learners provides students with the opportunity to become
familiar with a school and classroom environment while learning how to
cope with the anxiety of being separated from familiar surroundings.
are 3 years old. Classes are Tuesday & Thursday from 8:30-11:30
a.m. ($100/month); Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
($150/month); or Monday-Friday 8:30-11:30am ($200/month) Students will
learn social and emotional development, active listening and following
directions, perception skills, gross motor development, fine motor
development, name recognition and number recognition.
in the Early Learners must be 3 years and mostly potty trained. Early
Learners will begin to develop knowledge of basic shapes, colors,
letters, and numbers. These students will begin to develop pre-writing
and pre-reading skills through the exploration of the alphabet.
are 4 on or near Aug. 1, but will not enter kindergarten in the fall.
Classes are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
($150/month); Monday-Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. ($200/month). Students
will learn motor skill development, language development,
age-appropriate math, science and writing skills; pre-writing and
pre-reading skills; and social development.
class accommodates students who will be 4 years old on or near August
1st but will not be attending kindergarten in the fall of the next
school year. The all-day option for this class has a nap time included.
Students in the Early Pre-K class begin to prepare for the transition
are 4 by Aug. 1 and will attend kindergarten in the fall. Classes are
Monday Wednesday & Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. ($150/month); and
Monday through Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. ($200/month). Students will
learn large and fine motor skill development, phonemic awareness, letter
and number recognition, vocabulary development, number sense,
age-appropriate math, science and writing skills, and pre-writing and
class is designed for students who will be 4 by August 1 and who will
attend kindergarten in the fall of the next school year. This class is
designed to help the students become independent and aware of the
expectations as they begin the transition into kindergarten.
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