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PreSchools

Welcome to our Parent Education Co-operative Preschool Program! Building on the skills outlined in the California Preschool Foundations, children explore learning opportunities through song, movement, and dramatic play combined with a parent education cooperative classroom. We have tailored our program using a distance learning model that includes a Weekly Learning Box for children so that we can continue to provide parents with the support they need until we are once again able to open for in-class instruction. 

 

We also offer a Dual Language Parent Education Co-operative class that embeds Spanish into daily lessons, where children acquire second language skills through games, movement, music and thematic play through a distance learning model.  Ven y explora - Come and explore!

 

Fees cover preschool, materials and supplies. Parent Engagement curriculum free. 

Ages/Policies
-Children must be 3 years old by September 1 of the year they will start
-Children must be potty learned by the first day of school (applies for in-class learning only)
 
Parent Education Preschool Distance Learning Program: 

Parent Education Preschool Distance Learning Program: 

Each Monday, children will receive a Weekly Learning Box filled with activities for the week that meet Preschool Learning Foundations: Language and Literacy, Math and Manipulatives, Science and Sensory, Creative Expression, and Music and Movement. 
 
Once a week, your child will receive a personal ZOOM meet with their teacher.  It may only take 15 minutes, maybe longer depending on the level of engagement.  This will allow the teacher time to assess the growth given the engagement with the weekly activities provided to the child.  It is a wonderful opportunity for the child to receive special attention from their teacher.
 
Twice monthly, the teacher will set up a Parent Education ZOOM meeting.  Here, you will have discussions on topics supporting parents through this pandemic and specialty talks with experts in child development.  The purpose of creating a Co-op is to have parents supporting parents under the leadership of teachers who can provide resources to support the child.

For more information contact

Diane Cates-Pegis (email)

at (831) 646-6623.