Our full-day Early Childhood Program offers classes that are designed to create self-motivated, responsible learners within a developmentally appropriate curriculum. It is a program that enhances the spiritual, social, intellectual, and physical development of each child. Grades PK3, PK4, and Kindergarten participate in learning activities that develop literacy and oral language.
Children participate in daily “circle time” including opening prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. In all levels, there are multiple basic learning stations including dramatic play, blocks, library, math, language arts, science, listening center, and art. Each day, the children work in small groups with the teacher at the lesson table. The teacher reads and works on phonemic awareness activities. Math lessons are also taught in small groups. Science and Social Studies are whole group lessons with hands-on activities. Students have a quiet time each day to rest or nap.
Our Early Childhood program encourages parental involvement and communication. To foster a partnership between parents and teacher, parents are encouraged to participate in ongoing activities within the established routines, special events, field trips, and parties. A weekly folder is sent home with student once a week (date determined by teacher) to inform parents of the upcoming week’s activities and objectives.
Isabella Martinez (Kindergarten) wins third place in the Archdiocesan Elementary School Science Fair for her project entitled, “Best PopcornRKnow More >
We would like to congratulate our girls track team for placing third overall in the GHCAA Championship! Way to go girls! Thanks for a fantastic seasonKnow More >