A typical school day
We engage your child in learning and fun every day in our school. The order and activities change throughout the year. A typical preschool day includes these activities:
- Opening time – Welcome, hand washing, small group activities led by teachers.
- Center time – Children choose from a variety of activities including; art, writing, manipulatives, blocks, dramatic play, science, sensory table and reading.
- Circle time – Songs, stories, finger plays, dramatization, introduction of theme/topic/project. This activity is led by the classroom teacher.
- Snack – A snack that meets the state standards is provided each day by the parents. During snack time children are encouraged to exhibit good manners and talk about their daily activities. Children are encouraged to clean up after themselves.
- Outside/large motor play – Children have opportunities for large motor, social development and cognitive development. The children play indoors and outdoors daily as weather permits.
- Lunch time – Children bring lunch from home. The teachers provide parents with information about healthy lunches and serving sizes through out the school year. The teachers eat with the children to foster good manners and social skills. Children are encouraged to clean up after themselves.
- Chapel – Children attend Chapel where they learn Bible-based songs and stories that teach God’s amazing love for us all. Learn more about our chapel program.
- Music/art/science/cooking – Children will rotate weekly to the Discovery Room to explore fun academics.
- Closing time – Time to review the day’s activities and get ready to go home.