Peace Lutheran Preschool offers an enriching, creative learning environment for our students to embark on a journey of imagination and discovery. We use a play-based approach in a child-centered learning environment, where the emphasis is on the process cultivating the child’s natural curiosity to learn more. Peace Lutheran Preschool provides opportunities for children to explore and engage in activities that help them think creatively, develop critical thinking skills and solve problems. Their daily learning will include activities that enhance their growth and developmental in the areas of social-emotional, spiritual, language, literacy, math, science, art and music. We are preparing your child for kindergarten as well as future success in desiring to be a life-long learner.
Our 2s program is designed to offer 2 year olds a fun, social experience with the comfort of mom, dad, or another trusted adult by their side. It’s a great opportunity to play with playdough, interact with others, and create masterpieces with paints in a nurturing faith-filled environment.
Child must be 2 yrs old by 8/31
The 3s program offers a learning environment that allows the child to explore, create and play. The students participate in center play, circle time, gross motor play, Jesus time and snack time. They practice social skills by learning to share, take turns, communicate their needs and cooperate with others in the classroom community.
Child must be 3 yrs old by 8/31
4 and 5 year olds continue building in the four areas of child development for kindergarten readiness: physical, cognitive, social, and emotional; with emphasis on the understanding of letters & numbers, the ability to work independently and in groups, solve problems, create, and be a community contributor.
Child must be 4 yrs old by 8/31
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS:
Peace Lutheran Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs. Students of any race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin has the right to participate in all programs and activities generally accorded or made available at the school.