Mineral Springs Preschool
More information about cost and registration is available in “Our Story” on the school’s Facebook page.
You can contact us by phone: 704-243-2469, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The school’s program is designed to meet the spiritual, social, emotional, cognitive, and physical needs of the whole child. Low teacher/student ratios make more individual attention possible where the children learn to express themselves and make age appropriate choices. We strive to maintain a nurturing, safe, and healthy environment where families feel welcome and the doors of communication are open.
Sheltered play areas and a gym make daily physical play available in all kind of weather – rain or shine.
All through the year, some of the special events that are planned include individual birthday celebrations, Fall Festivals, Thanksgiving, Happy Birthday Jesus Parties, Fun with Dr. Seuss, Saint Patrick’s Day and Leprechaun Visits, Palm Sunday and The Last Supper, Easter Egg Hunts, Pastries with Parents, Art Show, Kick Off to Summer and Graduation.
Stop by and visit – a tour of the school can be set up at your convenience.
We strive to provide an environment where children are free to express themselves and are encouraged to make age-appropriate choices. A place that is physically safe and healthy, welcoming to the children as well as their families. We encourage our children to know God and pray; we also value open communication so that we may provide encouragement to families while also producing a loving and nurturing atmosphere.
This program is designed to meet the needs of the whole child. Our program will include activities that will help the child grow in the following areas:
Spiritual: To help children become aware that they are children of God, and that they are worthy of love and acceptance. They will experience Bible stories, say prayers, sing songs, and play games that will help them learn about God.
Social: To help children feel comfortable in school, trust their new environment, make friends, accept others, and learn to follow directions.
Emotional: To help children develop self-confidence, independence, self-control, and have positive attitudes.
Cognitive: To provide a learning environment in which children learn by playing, exploring, experimenting, sharing, speaking, and dramatizing. They will explore basic skills such as colors, shapes, numbers, and alphabet introduced in a way that makes learning meaningful and fun, as well as encourage creativity through music, art, drama, and literature.
Physical: To help children increase their large and small motor and muscle skills and feel confident about what their bodies can do through both indoor and outdoor activities.