Dear First Presbyterian Families,
We are off to a great start! The children are learning the routine and making new friends! I encourage you to read the newsletter from your child’s teacher to have a better understanding of what skills, projects, songs and activities are happening in your child’s classroom.
We had our first Parent to Parent Connection last month and chatted about what direction, types of activities, etc…you would want to see this group become! Not only do I want to connect your children, I want to connect you as well. Please join us for our next meeting on Monday, October 27 from 9am-10:30am upstairs in the lounge area. You may utilize our PDO program if you are in need of childcare. You will need to sign up before October 27 to secure your child a spot. You may utilize the entire PDO time from 9am to noon for $12 or $6 for an hour in a half during the meeting time! Please call if you have any questions, 751-7960.
Field Trips to the Pumpkin Patch! Fun for the entire family!
October 20: Mrs. Barber’s MWF am class to 1Fun Farm
October 21: Mrs. Daugherty’s 3 and 4 yr. olds to Whitetail Tree Farm
October 22: Mrs. Pretzsch’s class to 1Fun Farm
October 23: Mrs. Barber’s class to 1 Fun Farm
You will receive more information about the trip and cost for parents and siblings when the time gets closer.
Please have your child wear their costume to school over their clothes! We do ask no blood, gore or weapons! The children will parade throughout the church beginning at 9:30 am (you are welcome to stay and take pictures!) followed by class time. Information regarding class parties will be provided by your child’s teacher!
Please note as the weather is changing to dress your child appropriately! We will continue to enjoy the outdoors for as long as we can, therefore, a light jacket or hat may be needed!
Tuition is always due at the first of the month! Please indicate in the memo your child’s name and class. Thank You!
Tracy Clinger, Director of Children's Ministry
First Presbyterian Pre-K provides children the opportunity to develop intellectually, socially, physically and spiritually within a safe environment that exhibits love and concern for each child.
First Presbyterian Pre-K admits all children regardless of race, religion, or ethnicity.
The First Presbyterian Church
Pre-Kindergarten has been in
existence since 1955.