School Starts the Week of September 10th!


Our program is designed with this in mind:

Every child is an individual who has his/her own rate of development and own pace of learning. Each child is accepted, loved, nurtured and taught as an individual with these thoughts in mind:

 •Guide a child in their faith journey and in learning to know Christ

 •Encourage and build each child's imagination and creativity 

•Instill a greater sense of self-worth and encourage self-confidence 

•Provide activities and an environment that will nurture the child's self-esteem 

•Use positive approach to discipline 

•Above all, create an environment where the children feel nurtured, loved, independent, and safe

Daily Schedule

9 AM - 9:15 AM

Arrival/Exploration

9:15 AM - 9:35 AM

Prayer, 1st Group Time

9:35 AM - 10:35 AM

Choice Time/Exploration

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Clean Up

10:50 AM -11:05 AM

Music & Movement, 2nd Group Time

11:05 - 11:30 & 11:30 - Noon

Snack & Outside

We follow the Saline Area Schools calendar year, with the exception of teacher’s conference or in-service days. A separate sheet will be handed out each year with the schedule of days that we will be closed for the upcoming school year.

Parent –Teacher Conferences:

Scheduled conferences are planned for all parents to meet with their child’s teachers. These conferences are opportunities to share insights and concerns. Teachers will provide each parent with an overview of his/her child’s development. Additional conferences may be scheduled by either teacher or parent request.

Discipline:

The classroom environment at LSP is created to foster positive interactions among classmates and teachers. Rules are reasonable and revolve around two main concerns – safety and kindness. The teacher’s role is to help students learn appropriate behavior through positive approaches to discipline, thereby encouraging self – direction, self control and self esteem in the students. We understand that preschool children are just beginning to learn how to get along in a group. To help with these new socialization skills, teachers encourage problem-solving skills. They praise positive behavior and redirect any behavior that might be unacceptable. We welcome parent input and encourage parent- teacher communication to promote positive classroom behavior. We not only want your child to feel safe, we also want them to be safe.

Incident Report:

Unfortunately accidents are a real part of childhood. Our staff does everything within their power to prevent injuries to your child but there will be accidents. Any injury or accident to your child will be documented. You will receive an “Incident Report” on your child every time there is a need.

Activities we participate in:

September/October

Parent & Children Picnic

Firemen Visit

3 Cedars Farm Field Trip

Let's Pretend Party

November/Dec./January

Pizza & PJ Party

Operation Christmas Child

Gingerbread Houses

Thanksgiving & Christmas Parties

Toledo Zoo

March/April/May

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Morning/Bowling with Special Adult

Mother's Day Tea

Bridging/Graduation