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Dear First Presbyterian Pre-K Families,

Happy New Year and welcome back to a new semester!

Winter weather is upon us, please dress your child appropriately for the conditions outside; there may be a pleasant day in which the children may enjoy some fresh air!

Our Parent’s Day Out program on Monday, Thursday and Friday from 9-12 pm still has a few available spots; please contact Carole Cardemon or sign up in the PDO room for a day or two!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR:  February 21, 2015 will be our annual fundraiser for the preschool.  This year we are hosting a Trivia Night!  Click here for more details on this fun night that promises to be a time of fellowship and fun!! 

Open Registration for the 2014-2015 School Year begins in February, 2015.  On behalf of all teachers, I encourage you to contact your child’s teacher, if you are unsure of class placement for next year.  This level of communication will be especially important if you are considering kindergarten.  All teachers are willing to schedule a face to face or teleconference with you prior to February! 

Registration will be online and you will find a link on the Pre-K website in the February newsletter!

 It is with excitement and joy that I can share with you…WE COLLECTED 86 PUZZLES for Cameron’s Puzzle Cart!  Therefore, 86 children who will be in the hospital over the holiday will have received a new puzzle thanks to your generous donations! Kids helping kids is an amazing gift!!

We love your children and thank you for letting us share the love of learning with them,



Tracy Clinger, Director of Children's Ministry

trivia night

winter alert

calendar marking

January 5       Return to school!

January 19      No School - MLK Day!

February 1      Registration for 15/16 school year opens!

February 21    Trivia Night!




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-K kids heads together

Pre-Kindergarten has been in

existence since 1955.