Full-Day Preschool

 

Little Comets full day preschool is a year-round program for 2, 3 and 4 year olds that runs through the summer.  Children must turn 2, 3, or 4 on or before December 1, 2018.  Children in the 3 and 4 year old classes must be potty trained by the time they join our program.  Two Year Old preschool is NOW offered at both locations for the 2018-19 School Year!  A $50 Registration Fee holds your child's spot and is non-refundable.

            Session:  Monday through Friday (two-day minimum)

            Time:  6:45 am - 6:00 pm

3 & 4 Year Old:
Per Day Tuition:    $39 per day (2-3 days per week) for the 2018-2019 School Year
* Available scheduling options:  M, W, F (3-day program) or T, TH (2-day program)
 
Full Week Tuition: $37 per day (5 days per week) = $370 bi-weekly for the 2018-2019 School Year
 

2 Year Old:

Per Day Tuition:  $48 per day (2-3 days per week) for the 2018-2019 School Year

* Available scheduling options:  M, W, F (3-day program) or T, TH (2-day program)

Full Week Tuition: $46 per day (5 days per week) = $460 bi-weekly for the 2018-2019 School Year

 * Preschool Dates:  To Be Determined

       3 & 4 Year Old Inclusion Classroom: **OPENING AUGUST 20th, 2018** 

       Per Day Tuition: $27 per day for M-Th, $29 per day for M/W or T/Th

      This program will run Monday-Thursday from 8:30a-3:30p and will follow the GLPS school calendar 

      Why Inclusion? 

"The benefits of inclusion are numerous, not only for children with special needs and their families, but for all children. When we include all children in our programs, they learn acceptance of other people, and that each person has unique abilities. Children learn from each other. With inclusion in place, children with special needs are provided equal opportunity to participate in the same types of programs and activites as children without special needs. Some of the benefits of inclusion for children with (or without) disabilites are friendship skills, peer models, problem solving skills, positive self image, and respect for others. This can trickle down to their families as well, teaching parents and families to be more accepting of differences. Since parents are a child's first teacher and know their child best, it is important to have good communication with families, creating consistency between home and school. Working together and creating a partnership with families is an important part of inclusions, and can help children reach their developmental potential." By: Erin Aguilar 

http://docplayer.net/31213242-She-is-our-little-sister-reflections-about-inclusion.html 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

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