Now enrolling for the 2019-2020 School Year
Our mission is to provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children, ages 33 months to kindergarten, that provides opportunities for individual growth in each child’s intellectual, social and physical development for an overall exceptional learning experience.
Our program, for children ages 33 months to kindergarten, is built on a long tradition of excellence founded on cherishing each preschooler and his or her family. Our staff of licensed, experienced teachers and assistants welcome children of all backgrounds into our program.
All children are invited to participate in our preschool. We do not tolerate discrimination in any form. Children must be thirty-three months old at the time of admission, must be toilet trained and must have had immunizations and a physical examination by a doctor. Physically challenged children are welcome in our program; we will make provisions to meet their individual needs as is reasonably possible.
My son loves going to Congo. He’s always telling me how much he loves Ms. Martin and Ms. Thompson. As a parent I love how interactive the teachers are with the parents. I made the best decision by sending my son here.
My boys love coming here. My sister and I went here also.
An important role of the school is to increase the parents’ understanding of child development. We will send home a monthly newsletter telling of our activities; also, teachers will send home notes about special projects. We will share information about community classes and activities for you and your child.
A fall orientation conference will acquaint you and your child with the teachers, a few classmates, and the surroundings. At mid-year, we hold a formal parent-teacher conference to discuss your student’s social, intellectual, physical, and emotional development. We keep a file with samples of your student’s work to review with you. We also hold a second conference during the school year.
We have an “open-door” policy and encourage you to visit at any time. It is usually best to wait to visit until your child has adjusted to preschool routines. To make your visit more meaningful, please leave younger children at home.
Parents are encouraged to share their professions or talents with the school. Teachers will make arrangements throughout the year for these visits.
We invite parents and family to our events.