The program has a strong Christian foundation and presents a conscious awareness of God, His creation and constant love. A well-rounded and balanced program of physical, emotional, social, cognitive and spiritual activities is provided.
Our “Open Door “ policy encourages parents to visit, observe and participate, enabling parents to learn alongside their child and promoting individual success.
To make the community aware of the preschool, photographs may be taken of typical preschool activities. No child is ever identified in these photos, but we do understand that some parents may not feel comfortable having their child photographed. If that is the case, please fill out the Photo Release Form.
Our intent is to facilitate a program that is developmentally appropriate.
Our classrooms are designed to provide educational learning experiences that are at the age and stage of your child’s development.
Incorporated into the daily schedule and curriculum are weekly themes. While introducing various topics, children explore by hands-on experience within the classroom centers and circle time.
The learning opportunities for young children are endless. It may seem as though they are just playing, but in reality they are developing and polishing many skills needed for formal education.
The teacher’s role is to scaffold each child’s learning experiences. We continuously provide curriculum that fits each individual child’s current level of performance while encouraging developmental achievements.
Both child and teacher-directed PLAY are essential components of our curriculum because it is through this vehicle that mental growth, creativity, and social skills are stimulated.
We encourage children to develop a strong positive attitude and self esteem.
By enabling children and providing age appropriate learning opportunities, our environment allows children the freedom they need to move throughout the classroom and focus on their area of interest.
In conclusion, one of the most vital and necessary skills that preschool-age children should be developing is the ability to function with their peers and other adults. It is within this accomplishment, that the child can grow as a whole person.
For enrollment contact Eleni Yiapis, 321-723-8371 ext 226, email@example.com
Program Hours: 8:00 am – 6pm
Partial Day and Full Time Hours Available
Upon Enrollment you are required by the Department of Children and Families to provide the following information:
1. Preschool Enrollment Form
2. Immunization Record
3. Physical Form
4. Copy of Child’s Birth Certificate
5. Photo Release Form
This program is designed for the child 18 months by 9/1/2017.
The Toddler program has been designed to introduce children to a social environment. Hands-on learning experiences provide endless opportunities for children to discover the world around them. With use of age-appropriate materials and teacher direction, children will formulate trusting relationships.
This program is designed for the child who is 3 yrs by 9/1/2017.
Preschoolers enjoy a wide variety of self-exploration with manipulatives that enhance fine and gross motor functions. As they continue to grow more independent, teachers encourage their success during activities that allow children to explore shapes, colors and patterns.
This program is designed for the child who is 4 yrs by 9/1/2017.
This is a state-funded program that provides children with the necessary building blocks for more formal education. The state has designed Education Standards that when incorporated into the classroom planning uncover the developmental domains. The VPK Education Standards are: Physical Health, Approaches to Learning, Social & Emotional development, language & Communication, Emergent Literacy, Mathematical and Scientific Thinking, Social Studies and The Arts and Motor Development.
5 Mornings M-F 9-12pm
Tuition paid by the State. We encourage VPK families to make a voluntary activity payment of $65.00.This fee will help enhance classroom curriculum not covered by the State. This Fee has already been included in Regular Tuition Rates.
VPK Extended Day Options
Your VPK student has the option to stay for Extended Day from 12pm-6pm for $400/month.
When VPK is not in session (non-instructional days) Full Day option 8am-6pm $50/day.
Available for to ALL students who would like to extend the day from 12-2pm. A peanut free lunch must be provided from home for Lunch Bunch.
12 Tickets for $84
20 Tickets for $130
A Tuition discount of 10% will be offered to families who enroll 2 or more students.
Late Pick Up Fee: The Preschool School hours are from 9:00-12:00 and 9:00-2:00pm. Children who are not picked up at the conclusion of their day will be charged a rate of $10 for the first 10 minutes and $1 per minute after that.
The Eastminster Presbyterian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies and all other school administered programs.