Preschool: 15 students
Kindergarten: 15 students
Grades 1 – 6: 18 students
Preschool: one teacher and one assistant
Kindergarten: one teacher and one assistant
Grades 1 – 6: one teacher per class
One shared assistant
Total number of students when full: 84
No. Preschool students and Kindergarten students occupy the first floor.
Grades 1 – 6 occupy the second floor. Each floor has its own entrance and exit.
Preschool and Kindergarten are on one schedule and Grades 1 – 6 are on a separate
schedule. Therefore they do not share the common areas at the same time
including the playground.
No we do not have a napping area. However we do have a quiet time for all day students from 12 to 1 where they can lay out on rugs to hear a story or watch a movie.
Preschool and Kindergarten teachers must have a degree in early childhood development, and/or certification as a teacher.
Grades 1 – 6 must be a certified teacher.
All teachers are certified in CPR.
All teachers must have a criminal background check.
Yes. That is what the after 3 club is for. The after school 3 facilitates the students from 3pm to 6pm and on all school holidays for the full day when the school is not in session.
No. We ask that the children bring their own lunch.
In that way we know that the students bring the things that they will eat and can eat. This eliminates the allegory problems that may exist.
We do provide two snacks. One in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The building is open from 7 am to 6 pm Monday thru Friday.
It is open year round and offers two programs.
Summer Program is from June thru August.
Fall School is from September thru May.
After 3 Club accommodates working parents and offers programs for the students after 3 hours and on school holidays.
This location is a new location, however our founder has been in the business of running schools for well over 30 years. They were located in Boise, Idaho and in Costa Rica.
The one in Costa Rica is still operating.
We use the A Beka curriculum. It is a Christian based program and was first developed in 1972. Our founder has used this curriculum for over 30 years and has been able to see the end result. The students always did well with the curriculum. It is developed upon tried and proven concepts that work and are logical. It makes learning fun and provides the foundation for a successful educational life. Students generally always tested out one to two grades higher in their skills.
No. We are Christian based but non-denominational. However being Christian based we are very concerned about character development. Therefore we teach basic Christian values such a honesty, dependability, respect, etc. This is done with music, stories, and poems.
We use a 3 strike policy for behavior problems. If a problem occurs, the child will be talked to and the issue discussed between teacher and child. The child will place a sticker on their chart indicating a “strike one.” If a second instance occurs, then a “strike two” will occur, another discussion, and a second sticker. Should another instance occur, a red card will be sent home indicating a need for a conference with the parent. The red card will need a parent signature and be returned to the teacher. In any of these instances time out may also be used. Rewards will also be utilized to encourage good behavior.
Preschool/Kindergarten morning: 8 am to 11 am.
Recess: 9:30 am
Lunch Time: 11 am to 12 noon
Preschool/Kindergarten afternoon: 12 noon to 3 pm.
Recess: 1:30 pm
Grades 1 -6
School: 8 am to 3 pm
Recess: 10:00 am
Lunch: 12 noon to 1 pm
Recess: 2:00 pm
After 3 Club: 3pm to 6 pm
(School Holidays: All Day)