Small Wonders christian preschool

Small Wonders Christian Preschool is a non-profit preschool and a ministry of Redeemer Covenant Church. We provide a Christian atmosphere for a child’s spiritual, social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. We believe that each child is a unique gift from God to be treasured and taught as such. Small Wonders strives to minister to children and their families and create a positive relationship between the church and the community. We encourage and provide opportunities for parents to help in the classroom!


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All about our program

Goals

The primary goals of Small Wonders Christian Preschool are to provide:

  • educational opportunities for the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual development of the preschool child
  • a wide variety of experiences and materials that are challenging and appropriate for the child’s interests and abilities
  • freedom to be curious and creative
  • encouragement to grow in responsibility, self-control, and social interaction individual attention, affection, and acceptance as a special child of God
  • opportunities for parents to observe their child in a group, learn about his/her growth and development, share with other parents, and have the support of the preschool staff and the church in their God-given task of parenting.

classes offered

  • Pre-K Program   M-W-F  9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. $420/month* 
  • Extended Day  Pre-K Program   M-W-F  9:00 a.m. –12:30 p.m.  $470/month*
  • Extended Day Plus Program               M-W-F   9:00 a.m. –2:00 p.m.   $600/month*
  • 3’s Program   M/W    9:00 a.m. –12:00 p.m.  $315/month*

*A tuition credit is available for parents who want to volunteer in the classroom one or more days a month.

Daily schedule

Three-Year-Old Daily Schedule

9:00    Check in and Play Time

9:15     Circle Time

9:35     Rotation Time

10:50   Circle Time

11:10   Snack Time

11:25   Outside Play

11:50   Story Time

12:00   Dismissal


Pre-K Daily Schedule

9:00     Check in and Play Time

9:15      Circle Time

9:35      Rotation Time

10:50    Circle Time

11:10    Snack Time

11:25    Outside Play

11:50    Story Time

12:00    Dismissal


Extended Pre-K

12:05    Bathroom Break and Transition Time

12:10    Circle Time

12:20    Table Time

12:30    Optional Dismissal

12:40      Lunch

1:05        Outside Play  

1:30        Bathroom Break

1:35        Circle Time /Activity/Story/Music Time

2:00        Dismissal  

themes

September

Friendship,

Dinosaurs,

Teddy Bear Picnic


October       

Fall, Fire Safety,

Autumn Fun, 

Pumpkin Patch Field Trip

 

November   

Families, 

Native Americans/Pilgrims,

Thanksgiving Feast

 

December    

Christmas Around the World

Jesus Is Born Program

                    

January        

Winter / Space

Pajama Day

 

February      

Valentine’s Day, 

Dental Health,

President’s Days, 

                    

March          

Circus, 

Spring

St. Patrick’s Day

 

April           

Easter,

Sea life

 

May            

Mother’s Day Tea,                                  

Backwards Day

Water Day,

Year End Celebration

admissions policy

All children will be considered for admission regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, or ancestry. The child is expected to be toilet-trained and the appropriate age for the class. Children must be 3 years old by December 1st of the school year to enroll in the 3 year old class and 4 years old by December 1st of the school year to enroll in Pre-K class. Exceptions are made at the discretion of the Preschool Staff.

 

The first month of preschool will be considered a trial period to ensure that the child is ready for the experience and able to benefit from the program.  The teacher and director may suggest that a child who is not ready re-enroll at a later time. 

It is important that a child’s first

school experience be a happy one.


Requirements for admission:

  • Completed registration form and fee of $100 per school year.
  • Completed forms required by Community Care Licensing
  • All parents or other adults who work in the classroom must have on file: a current TB  Clearance, sign a statement of Good Health, have a Pertussis (Tdap) and Measles (MMR) immunization on file, an influenza vaccination or opt out form of this particular vaccination on file, have a cleared Background Check and, in most cases, pass the Mandated Reporting training.