RCPC Preschool - Class Offerings
Parent’s Morning Out (PMO)
At this age, they are little, but able to do a lot. PMO in most cases is a child's first experience away from home. With that in mind, we offer a warm-loving environment where the children read books, sing songs, play, and work on craft projects especially designed for little hands. PMO is for ages 12 months and up. Classes are available each weekday, based on availability.
Children in this class learn basic classroom essentials such as taking turns and being part of a group. Creative craft projects, shape and color recognition, nursery rhymes, books, and free play are classroom focuses. The day is filled with laughter and smiles fostering self-care/independence while providing nurture to a child’s imagination. Our energetic two-year-olds also attend chapel, library, music and Spanish classes.
This class meets five days a week. There is also a three-day (Monday – Wednesday) option available. Children need to be two by September 30.
Active three-year-olds explore the stimulating world of letters, weather, simple science concepts, art and lots of play. Their imaginations soar, social relationships strengthen and language skills flourish. Our three-year-olds attend chapel, library (with the option to check out a book weekly), music and Spanish class.
This class meets five days a week. There is also a three-day (Monday – Wednesday) option available. Children need to be three by September 30.
Young Four's Class
Adventurous four-year-olds work on letter and number recognition, begin phonics, play fun games, and read books. This class continues to develop basic concepts of logic, time, sequences, cause and effect, and problem solving while providing lots of active play for their busy bodies. Four-year-olds attend chapel, library (with the option to check out a book weekly), music, and Spanish class.
This class meets Monday - Friday. Children need to be four by December 31.
Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) Class
Students spend the year preparing to enter the exciting world of kindergarten. Pre-K classes work on birthdays, phone numbers, calendar and weather concepts, name and letter recognition, and phonics. Pre-K also participates in various field trips, experiments with basic science and incorporates new experiences into the learning environment; all while developing social readiness that is crucial for kindergarten.
Pre-K students attend chapel, library (with the option to check out a book weekly), music, and Spanish classes. We test for kindergarten readiness in the Fall and Spring using Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (better known as PALS).
This class meets Monday - Friday. Children need to be four by September 30.
Registration & Fees
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