About

Philosophy

Jesus said in the gospel of Mark: “Let the children come to me…for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these” (16:12). At St. Paul’s Preschool, children learn that they are treasured by God. Helping children to understand that they are chosen, forgiven, and loved by God – through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ – is our primary task.

 

We also strive to create a learning environment that is appropriate and stimulating for young children. Ongoing research strongly suggests a “hands-on” approach is immediately beneficial to children and it also can contribute to a life-long love of learning. Through guided play, social skills grow and a healthy self-concept can be fostered, especially in a setting that is uniquely Christian.

 

By combining the best educational methods with a Biblical worldview, we believe we can offer young children an exceptional foundation for their lives as students and individuals. 

Goals and objectives

 

Although specific objectives differ for each child, our Preschool program

  • provides experiences to help children learn to know and love God.

  • aids parents in the development of the whole child in an emotional, intellectual, social, physical and spiritual process.

  • promotes learning through work and play in a Christian environment.

  • assists the child in a gradual adjustment from home to school life.

  • fosters friendships with children of the same age.

  • helps the child develop conceptual foundations in cognitive skills, creative abilities and interests.

Testimonial

“We love St. Pauls and would recommend it to ANYONE! In fact, I often do.  I am impressed by how well my child has done in her class."

Quote from our Parent Survey

 

Special Events
Family Events

 

Families are encouraged to be involved in our program.  We hold special events like our fall picnic, Grandparent's Day,Christmas worship and Spring Music programs, field trips, Dad's Night, class parties, and Mom's Night in which families can participate during the school year.  Parents are also provided a Parent Involvement Form which is a list of a variety of ways parents can be a part of their child's education.

Chapel

 

Each month the pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church presents a children's message to each of our classes.  Families may attend these each month of the year.

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