Classes & Programs
We value each child at our school. By intentionally limiting class sizes and including aides for all of our teachers, each student receives a higher level of personal attention. We also value our teachers and aides, and the proof is in the longevity of our great staff.
Our school offers classes, part time, extended day as well as full day for 2,3,4, and 5 year olds:
- 8:30 to 12:00
- 8:30 to 2:00
- 6:30 to 5:30
You may choose whatever days you wish to come.
At Family of Christ Preschool and Kindergarten, our goal is to encourage a love of learning. Our teaching methods are fun and engaging, focusing growth in areas of strength and interest. To build a strong foundation for elementary school, children learn through exploration, play and self-discovery the subjects of reading, writing, language, music, art, science and math. Our kindergarten curriculum follows the current state standards, which call for higher cognitive demand, explanation and analysis.
At Family of Christ Preschool and Kindergarten we believe our Christ-centered faith provides a strong foundation for preschool education. It is our goal to encourage a love for learning through teaching methods which are fun and engaging, focusing growth in areas of strength and interest, while building those foundational skills.
Fine Motor Skills
Painting, gluing, stringing items, tracing,
letter formation, cutting, using manipulative such as puzzles, play dough, lacing, etc.
Gross Motor Skills
Climbing, running, skipping, catching &
kicking balls, balancing, riding a tricycle
Sort/classify objects, recognize and
create repeating patterns, sequencing,
adding/subtracting, counting, measuring,
weighing, demonstrating concepts of time.
Making predictions, observing, experimenting, and forming conclusions.
Letter recognition, experience with sounds (phonics), working with syllables, forming letters, interactive reading
Hands-on process, creativity, sensory,
colors, cutting, spacial awareness.
Learning rhythm, songs, creative
expression, auditory memory, and
Learning different cultures, different
professions, history, and role playing.
Problem solving, sharing, communication, cooperation, working together, how to be responsible, accountable and a good leader.
How to Enroll Your Child in a Class
2020-2021 School Calendar
Dates to Remember