is a joyful time to grow and get ready for school.
We have developed activities to respect the needs
and nature of young children, while still preparing
them for Kindergarten.
privilege of Lutheran schools is the opportunity to
discuss God and His desires for our lives. The religion
program is based on the Concordia Publishing House
curriculum, “Voyages”, which centers on
the joy of being forgiven children of God and accepted
with unconditional love by Jesus, our Savior. The
children worship God through song and through prayer.
They learn what God’s promises for His people
have been in the past and about His willingness to
act on behalf of His people today through Old and
New Testament Bible Stories. The children also worship
at a weekly all school chapel service.
Pre-Kindergarteners are exposed to a print-rich environment.
“Handwriting without Tears Get Set for School”
program has so many child-friendly, developmentally
appropriate materials and activities. Children play,
build, sing, color and learn while developing important
skills for kindergarten. The Pre-Kindergarteners become
familiar with capital and lowercase letters, the sounds
the letters make and how those 26 letters are written.
Focusing on the proper formation and hold of a pencil
Pre-K Math is designed to provide the children with
an introduction to the most basic of mathematical
concepts and make them aware of how these concepts
are at work in their everyday lives. The children
participate in hands-on activities. This involves
number concepts, counting skills, patterning, sorting,
number recognition, measuring and spatial concepts.
pre-kindergarteners are intrigued by many topics dealing
with science. Hands-on activities to help students
gain a better understanding of the topic at hand are
encouraged. Observing, communicating, classifying,
measuring, comparing and predicting are some of the
studies in pre-kindergarten is learning about themselves,
their families and the world around them. Specific
topics are studied in correlation with the curriculum
children are encouraged to create their own unique
works of art through experiences with colors, lines,
shapes, patterns, textures and designs. There are
opportunities to work with a variety of medium: pencils,
crayons, markers, paints, scissors, glue, etc.