...provide an enriching experience in a developmentally appropriate program under the direction of qualified teachers assisted by cooperating parents.
...introduce children to pre-math and pre-reading skills through the use of patterning, sequencing and matching.
...help children experience the fun and enjoyment of learning while growing socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually.
...provide children with opportunities to develop positive social skills such as cooperation, negotiating, problem solving, self control and coping skills through group situations with peers.
...assist parents in learning positive ways to enrich and support their child's development growth.
April 3’s/4’s/5’s Newsletter
St. John’s Episcopal Preschool 3’s/4’s/5’s Newsletter April 2017 We hope you all enjoyed a relaxing Spring Break! Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t as warm as we would have liked but we’re hoping for lots of sunny, warm days ahead! Our thanks to you for being able to take your children to the library and also to see the butterflies at the Dow Gardens in
May Older 4’s/Young 5’s Newsletter
St. John’s Episcopal Preschool Older 4’s/Young 5’s Newsletter May 2017 As I’ve said before, our time with this group goes by too quickly! They are developing very good work habits and we encourage them to do their best to be proud of their work. With being a small group, they have become close friends and often help each other without being asked. It’s
May 3’s/4’s/5’s Newsletter
St. John’s Episcopal Preschool 3’s/4’s/5’s Newsletter May 2017 It’s hard to believe our final weeks are here—it seems like we were just at Orientation Night together! We have enjoyed this class immensely—what a wonderful group of children and what good friends they have become! I’m sure they’ll want to have playdates over the summer! April kept us busy with many activities. The