Holy Nativity’s Pre-K is a fun, happy place filled with exciting learning experiences and social development. Students are immersed in a fluid mixture of math, language arts, science, social skills, and the creative arts. We use cutting edge curriculum, founded on solid brain research, with attention to the varied developmental stages of preschool age children. Students are expected to practice academic skills independently, in small groups, and in whole class experiences. Our days are filled with visits from members of the community like Sargent Gailfoil, who teaches us that policemen are cooler than superheroes, and Nurse Cathy, who teaches us how to protect ourselves from germs. Our goal is to create fearless learners who love to tackle new information and skills. We provide an environment where children learn not only academics; they learn to appreciate their own uniqueness and the wonderful uniqueness of those around them.
Surpassing State Standards in our learning expectations: Whole Language approach incorporates units of study to blend all areas of learning.
Digital fingerprinting with the Sheriff’s Department: Provides a valuable safety tool to parents and develops a positive attitude towards authority figures.
Gyotaku painting with a real fish: This is a hands on combination of science and visual arts.
We become scientist with so many experiments and laugh at the big words (Once we know what they mean).
Wall sized rainbow collage: Incorporates the idea of recycling and provides a connection to personal responsibilities for our Earth and its future.
Pre-K Quilt: celebrates the individual uniqueness of us all.