Clay P. Bedford
You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.

Our Preschool Room is designed to facilitate learning opportunities, encourage continued independence and build upon critical thinking skills. The Preschool Room follows a daily routine and schedule which allows for predictability within the program.

The majority of the daily routine for Preschool is scheduled and free play is incorporated first thing in the morning and at the end of the day. We believe that by having purposeful activities and stations children are engaged, excited and involved in the learning process.

The Preschool classroom participates in circle twice a day. Circle time allows the children to develop and rehearse new skills as well as introduces new concepts and ideas.

Age: 3 years – 5 years

Bathroom support

The Preschool classroom takes regular whole group bathroom breaks which promotes bathroom independence skills while supporting those children who still require reminders and assistance.


Social Emotional awareness

The Preschool teachers work to help promote self-regulation and emotional awareness with the children. A calming cube offers a variety of tools that promote emotional awareness and sensory input.


Dramatic play

Preschool incorporates a variety of dramatic play opportunities into their daily programming. Dramatic play helps to foster social/emotional awareness, language, and critical thinking skills.


Programming Assessments

The Preschool teachers conduct individual assessments to ensure that the programming meets the needs of the children within the classroom.