These specialized preschool programs are activity-oriented programs that foster social, physical, and intellectual development as well as promote health and wellness through quality recreational and educational experiences. Your child will develop both basic social, developmental, and educational skills in an ideal environment for them to learn and grow. The learning curriculum focuses on language, socialization, creativity, art, music, imagination, life skills, and motor skills. For specific class offerings, please see our Recreation Guide.
Child must have reached the minimum age by the first day of class and be toilet trained.
A copy of immunization records is required prior to participation in preschool.
Children are required to be fully potty trained in order to be in the preschool program (except for the Parent Tot classes).
For hygiene purposes, all children are required to wear underwear under their clothing. Pull-ups are considered diapers and are not allowed. Staff will speak to a parent if the child is coming to school in pull-ups or without the appropriate underwear. Children with pants that are wet/soiled by a bowel movement on a regular basis will be considered not fully potty-trained. Staff will confer with parents regarding the child’s readiness for the program.
During the school year, participants currently enrolled in a session (Fall to Winter and/or Winter to Spring) will have registration priority for the following sessions if they register during the time allotted. You will be notified by email regarding the time allotment for each session. After the time allotment, registration will be open to new participants. Continuous registration and participation is required to maintain priority. There is no priority registration for Summer or Fall Sessions.
Instructors and aides who work in our programs are at least 18 years of age. All instructors have been educated and have previous experience working with young children. They also have been First Aid and CPR certified. Additionally, all instructors participate in periodic trainings to enhance their knowledge and skills in working with children.