COMO PARK LANGUAGE AND ARTS PRESCHOOL AND CHILDCARE CENTER
Thank you for your interest in our program. We have a great all-day program filled with many educational and fun activities for children 33 months -5 years old. We have over 2000 sq feet of indoor space and over 2000 sq feet of outdoor space available for the children to learn, explore and discover through language, art, music, science, gardening and cooking activities. This is an educationally based environment for your child.
Please contact us via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
*The 2015-2016 program is full. The waiting list is kept only for each school year and our waiting list is now full.
**There will be an OPEN HOUSE for prospective families on Saturday, January 23 between 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
We will accept applications for the 2016-2017 school year beginning on February 1st.
The two owners are also the head teachers for the center. Laurie Erickson has a Master’s degree in Family Education and has a current Parenting License from the University of Minnesota. Laurie has over 20 years experience as a director and head teacher. Co-owner Nancy Shellum has a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Foreign Studies from the University of Minnesota. Nancy has over 10 years experience as a preschool teacher and also has taught many community programs for St. Paul Public schools.
We offer a FULL DAY PROGRAM from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Choices for days are either 3, 4, or 5 for the FULL DAY PROGRAM.
If you have questions about our program please contact the center at: email@example.com
PHONE: 651-646-0310 FAX: 651-756-1185
We look forward to caring for your child!!
Nancy Shellum and Laurie Erickson
Como Park Language and Arts Preschool and Childcare Center offers a professionally designed, thematic curriculum; complete with lesson plans, assessments, progress reports, and newsletters for parents to use as a guide.
Children learn through hands on play and structured activities in our well organized learning centers. Our classroom is organized into "learning environments." These are the places within our classroom where the children can find the toys and materials related by theme, interest, and skills. These activities and toys can be used independently by the children, or with teacher direction, to reinforce and enrich skills and concepts they need. Learning environments are an excellent way to individualize the curriculum to meet the varying needs of young children.
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