"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow." ~ Anthony J D'Angelo
2-Year Old Preschool Class
Starting at 24 months, The Weekday School offers a warm and inviting classroom with small student to teacher ratios. In a room with a 1 to 4 ratio, students start to learn and develop early relationships with adults and peers outside of the home environment. Our 2-year old program introduces children to school while focusing on social development, self-help skills and language expansion. The typical day includes dress-up, art, imaginative play, story time, circle time, outdoor play and open-ended play.
3-Year Old Preschool Class
Our 3-year old class is a great continuation of our 2-year old class or a wonderful entry point to our school. We continue to encourage social-emotional growth through play-based curriculum. Each day in the 3-year old class, students experience open play, art, outside play, music, circle time, story time, and STEAM activities. While exploring their environment with their senses, 3-year olds develop a better sense of their surroundings, increase their vocabulary and broaden their experiences. These new experiences are then shared during circle time and story time.
In the Pre-K classroom the teachers and students are hard at work preparing for kindergarten. From the moment students check into the classroom they have fun while learning. The Pre-K classroom is active and vibrant with classroom pets, imaginative play, sensory play, outdoor time, music, stories and snack. Students leaving our Pre-K classroom are used to the routine of school, prepared for kindergarten and excited to attend school. The best thing we can give a child is a positive self-image and strong self-confidence when starting school. We take the extra steps to ensure our students leave The Weekday School prepared!
Mother's Morning Out
In our Mother's Morning Out program we provide social time for our youngest members. Starting at 12 months, children are able to stay 1 or 2 days per week to socialize with their peers. The focus in this class is socialization. Students will have snack, play outside, read stories and complete art projects.