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​"Let us help your seedling child grow." 
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Five days per week schedule
academic year schedule
Young child writing
Low student to teacher ratio: 
offers individualized learning opportunities for each child


2024 - 2025

Academic Year!

*For a limited time we are waiving the application fee.

Enroll your child for the 2022-2023 Academic Year!
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  • Designed for children 3 to 5 years of age

  • Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

  • Drop-off: begins at 8:45 a.m.

  • Children choose from a wide variety of attractive materials in classroom centers

     as part of the daily curriculum

  • Group projects

  • Perceptual motor fitness

Enrichment activities:

Morning Program Description:

  • Language arts: emerging literacy, reading, and handwriting

  • Mathematics

  • Science and geography

  • Music and art

  • Cooking

  • Practical life, housekeeping, imaginary play

  • Games and puzzles

  • Sensory materials

  • Manipulatives and building materials

  • Outdoor play

Skills include the following:

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  • Designed for children 4 to 5 years of age

  • Monday - Friday, 8:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. 

  • Drop-off: begins at 8:30 a.m.

  • Children participate in the Morning Program, and continue to attend for lunch. Lunchtime is followed by curriculum activities until 1:00 p.m., then children have teacher directed kindergarten readiness skills until 2:00 p.m.

Afternoon Program Description:

  • Walking field trips

  • Nature observations and journaling

  • Mathematics

  • Individualized reading

  • Language arts

  • Handwriting

Skills include the following:

Additional activities:



Mid-morning snacks are provided by the school for the children.  We follow USDA guidelines for snack choices and serving portions. We avoid hydrogenated fats and do not serve peanuts or tree nuts in the mid-morning snack provided by the School. As per USDA guidelines, each daily snack includes one serving from at least two of the major food groups, with an emphasis on nutrition.


We carefully review all children’s records to plan our snack menus. Parents or Legal Guardians are reminded to be sure to inform us if their child has any allergies or dietary restrictions, so food substitutions may be planned for their child. Snack menus are posted at least a week in advance on the Calendar Bulletin Board.

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We believe families and teachers are partners in children's care, growth, and education. 

Family input, through Parents or Legal Guardians, is welcomed and encouraged in order to have student's families to become active participants in our Program.

Conferences and Observations:

Formal conferences are scheduled twice per year (in the Fall and Spring). Written student assessments are provided to Parents or Legal Guardians prior to conferences, so they are able to review their child’s progress, accomplishments, and challenges. These are also further discussed during the conferences. Additional conferences may be arranged during the school year, on an

as-needed basis.

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