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Registration Information

There is a $60 registration fee and the first month's tuition should be pre-paid. We'd love to have your child in our school!  Registration Forms


Offered M-F, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Day-before sign-up is required.  Each child brings their packed lunch from home. The preschool serves 1% milk.  Children eat their lunches during the first 30 minutes and then have 30 minutes of play in the gym.  For children ages three - pre-K, and potty trained.

October Newsletter

2018-2019 Preschool Calendar


For a complete list of policies including health regulations, emergency procedures, behavior guidance, field trip information, and conferences, please consult the Parent Handbook. A copy of the handbook may be obtained in the preschool office.

Monthly Bible Words: "God cares for you."  1 Peter 5:7

outdoor cold weather play

If the temperature or wind chill is 10 degrees or below, the children will not go outside for play. Check with your child's teacher about the scheduled outdoor days. ALL children must have the appropriate cold-weather clothing to play outside.

Remember to label ALL outdoor clothing and place all items in one large bag. Please continue to work at home with your child with getting their outerwear on themselves.


SLOW, one-way driving through our parking lot is requested for safety. Please be extra careful while driving by the preschool entrance as the door and sidewalk are so close to the parking lot. We ask that you please not drive through the portico at the front of the church as this may cause unsafe traffic flow during our drop-off and pick-up times. Thank you.


We care about the health and safety of all children. Please keep your child home if they have:

  • been experiencing respiratory distress; active cough; thick discharge from the nose
  • vomited in the last 24 hrs
  • pink eye
  • head lice
  • had loose stools in the last 24 hrs
  • a bacterial infection (like strep, impetigo) and have not been on antibiotics for 24 hrs
  • 100 degree temperature of un-diagnosed origin

Play is foundational to children's development and learning.

Ann Barbour, PhD