“Little Saints” Preschool -
Mrs. Silvaroli - email@example.com
Three Year Olds
2 Day Session - Tuesday and Thursday
Four Year Olds
3 Day Session - Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
7:30-2:05 or 7:30-10:35
Our “Little Saints” preschool program offers a comprehensive preschool curriculum employing engaging themes that encourage creativity and respect the uniqueness of the individual child. The Little Saints Program concentrates on developing a love for learning, for family, and for our God. Opportunities to participate in developmentally appropriate activities, which stimulate social, academic, emotional and spiritual growth is provided each day. With our multi-sensory, integrated learning approach, Little Saints gives three and four year olds a solid foundation of academic readiness skills and a broad knowledge base upon which to build. We follow the Ohio State Department of Educations Early Learning and Development Standards. These include:
Our three year old program gives the children an introduction to a school environment. Understanding that it is many children’s first experience away from family, we strive to create a loving, comfortable atmosphere. Parent involvement is encouraged. Children must be 3 years of age by September 30th of the school year of registration. Children must be potty trained and able to verbalize their needs.
Our four year old program continues to introduce new concepts to children and support each of their developmental levels preparing the children for kindergarten. We offer the option of half day or full day three days a week. Children who stay for the full day program have opportunity to socialize at lunch and recess and participate in a rest time. The afternoon focuses on individual kindergarten readiness skills. Children must be 4 years of age by September 30th of the school year of registration.
Comments from our Parents:
Jack and Melissa D.
My wife and I are blessed that our family is part of the preschool program at All Saints School. All Saints School, located in Wickliffe, and serving all surrounding communities, offers a foundation that transforms children into success stories. As the parent of six children, all enrolled at All Saints, I have witnessed this transformation firsthand. The preschool program serves as the first impression of the schooling experience – and it exceeds expectations. The students are taught the skills necessary to excel in the future. The teachers ensure a caring environment that emphasizes positive social interactions and strong academics in a faith-based setting. The preschool performances, projects, and daily work are a representation of learning extends beyond typical. We consider ourselves fortunate to have found this program and opportunity for our children.
We love the All Saints preschool program because of the individual attention given to every aspect of the program. For example, the activities are thoughtful not contrived and the crafts are hand-made not pre-packaged. It would be easy to do coloring pages all day but that doesn’t happen. Most importantly though we see the same care and love given to our kids at school that we give at home. We’re very happy to have sent our first three kids through the program and look forward to sending our fourth in a couple years.
We have been so pleased with All Saint’s P3 program, especially Mrs. Silvaroli. Our son can be very timid and this has been his first experience away from home on his own. I knew he would have a hard time adjusting but the teachers have been so kind and supportive. I love hearing about his day, all that he is learning and seeing the amazing projects he brings home but what I love the most is that he feels comfortable and cared for to be opening up and adjusting to this big first step. They have taken the time to make this a positive experience and that is more than I can ask for since it is the foundation to his learning and growth as an independent individual.”
Preschool has played such a vital role in my two oldest children’s educational and social development. My oldest who is 6, began preschool when she was three. She is in first grade now and was very prepared to enter kindergarten and is reading at a second-grade level. My son who is three, loves going to school and learning all the new things Mrs. Silvaroli implements within the classroom. I have noticed such a growth in him socially and he is more interested in books since he began preschool this fall.