Kindergarten Program

Operating Hours: 6:30a.m. to 6:30p.m.


Start Date:August 19, 2013 


End Date: June 04, 2014

School Hours: 8:30a.m. to 2:30pm

Extended Daycare is available

This Extended Daycare Program provide supervision for your children before and after school. The students will receive  breakfast in the morning and snack in the afternoon. The students will do their homework before they will be able to play.

Close on the following Holidays:



09/02/13 Labor Day, 10/24/13 Student Holiday, 10/25/13 Student Holiday,11/25/13-11/29/13 Thanksgiving Break, 12/23/13-01/03/14 Winter Break, 01/17/14 Martin L.K., 01/20/14 Student Holiday,
02/17/14 President Day, 03/21/14 St. Holiday, 03/24/14-03/28/14 Spring Break, 05/26/14 Memorial Day


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Our Curriculum for PreK and Kindergarten


Houghton Mifflin

Preschoolers and Kindergarten are usually most responsive to activities in which they are involved in a “hands on” manner. Our teachers accept that and design their classroom spaces with “learning stations” at which the children can freely choose whether to participate or not and for how long. Our quality staff rotates and adds materials frequently to maintain and extend the child’s interest. Often our teachers create their own games and materials if commercial ones do not offer the challenges needed, or do not reflect the interest of the children. Young children seem to learn best when trained teachers build on the interests and abilities of the children. This reflects the currently recognized theory that endorses non pressured, child centered activities guided by an adult with a child development base and strong problem solving skills. In such program, parents truly become partners with the professional staff. In formation or discoveries about a child’s development are mutually shared, resulting in a program tailored to the individual child.


The curriculum includes activities centering on communication, science, math, social studies, music, art, large and small motor development. An enrichment program that includes field trips and visitors is offered. Dramatic play opportunities reinforce learning of practical life experiences.