I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your participation with Open House this year! It was a glorious Sunday in the life of the church and the preschool! The congregation supports the ministry of the preschool and appreciated the opportunity to see the children sing! I have to say they did a magnificent job! I hope you were able to enjoy lunch and fellowship with other families and tour the classrooms! Thank you for your support and most of all for sharing your beautiful children with us!
Please make note of the following reminders:
The month of November is our caring and sharing month. It is an opportunity for the children to learn the importance of helping those who are less fortunate, sick or in need. Each year here at First Presbyterian Pre-Kindergarten, we support a local agency and this year we are helping support one of our own students, Cameron and his mission to supply puzzles for kids who will be in the hospital over the holidays. Please read more about Cameron’s Puzzle Cart!
All the Pre-K classes will celebrate Thanksgiving with a small Feast. Toddler Time will have a party on November 19 (Wednesday) and November 25 (Tuesday). Pre-K classes will celebrate on November 24 and 25. Please look for more information under your child’s teacher news section!
There will be NO SCHOOL November 26-28!
December will be a short month, the last day of school will be Friday, December 12 and we will return on January 5, 2015! We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!
Tracy Clinger, Director of Children's Ministry
November 4 & 5 Picture Day
November 19 Toddler Time Thanksgiving Party
November 24 & 25 Pre-K Thanksgiving Feast Day
November 25 Toddler Time Thanksgiving Party
November 26-28 NO SCHOOL, Thanksgiving Break
December 9 & 10 Polar Express for Pre-K classes (In house fun with a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus, singing Christmas Carols, craft and games followed by a special snack in the classrooms!)
Dec. 15- Jan. 4 NO SCHOOL, Christmas Break
January 5, 2015 Return to school!
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.