Dear First Presbyterian Families,
This winter has been extreme and has dictated our calendar at times. After careful consideration and the availability of helpers to continue to work we will be extending the end of the year by one week! The last days of Pre-K will be May 13 & 14 for Toddler Time, May 15 & 16 for 3 year old classes, 4/5 year old classes and Enrichment and the last day of PDO will be May 12, 15 or 16, 2014. Please mark your calendars accordingly!
Registration for 2014-2015 is under way and filling quickly! If you have not registered for next year please do so soon. Please note if you have registered and your plans have changed for some unforeseen reason you may withdrawal your child and receive reimbursement of your registration fee by May 1, 2014. No reimbursements will be given after May 1, 2014.
During the month of February, First Presbyterian Church & Pre-K participated in Pennies for Patients in honor of Bella (one of our students and honored hero by the Leukemia &Lymphoma Society)! We are thrilled to announce that we raised over $750.00 to help others in need! A huge thank you to ALL the kids and families who helped support this wonderful cause. You are ALL amazing!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE FIRST “FAMILY FUN NIGHT” TO BE HELD HERE AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN FELLOWSHIP HALL ON FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 2014!! All proceeds raised will benefit the preschool for the purchasing of new equipment and the Pat Moore Fund which supports scholarships for families in need. Click here for more information!
There will be NO SCHOOL March 24-28! This is Spring Break Week!! Praying for warmer weather for all to enjoy!
Tracy Clinger, Interim Director
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.