2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
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Dizzy’s Preschool Offers 3 Classes for Children 2 1/2 to 5 Years Old
2017-2018 Preschool Year: September 7, 2017 – June 14, 2018
Green Class: 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 years old
This Green Class has a 6:1 student to teacher ratio and a minimum of 2 days per week enrollment between Monday and Thursday with an option to add Friday. You may enroll for a 2-1/2 or a 4 hour day. The Green Classroom hours are from 8:30am – 3:00pm and you can choose which hours your child attends within those hours.
Yellow Class: Age 3s-4s 3 Years Old by September 1, 2017
The Yellow Class has a 7:1 student to teacher ratio with a minimum of 2 days enrollment between Monday and Thursday, although 3 days per week is highly recommended. The Yellow Classroom hours are from 9:15am – 1:15pm. Stop Light Friday is also available for Yellow Class students. Potty-trained required, no pull-ups or diapers.
Red Class: Age 4s-5s 4 Years Old by September 1, 2017
The Red Class has a 10:1 student to teacher ratio with a minimum 4 days enrollment. This Preschool/ Pre-Kindergarten class meets 4 hours per day, Monday through Thursday, with the option of adding the Stop Light Friday Class. The Red Classroom hours are from 9:00am-1:00pm. Potty-trained is required.
Stop Light Friday Preschool (Yellow/Red Combined)
Friday’s at Dizzy’s Preschool are an opportunity for students to learn together in a fun, mixed-age environment. Fridays include yoga, Tumblebus class, music and art lessons. This unique preschool day is held from 9:15am – 1:15pm and is open for our Yellow and Red Class students.
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Dizzy’s Preschool Philosophy
At Dizzy’s Bus Stop Preschool, our basic goal is to foster an environment where kids can master self-reliance, and an “I can do it” attitude. Our focus on fundamental preschool skills, such as fine and gross motor development, social, and emotional growth, enable the child to gain a positive sense of self worth, as well as respect for others and their environment.
We believe that children learn by doing, which in return builds self esteem, confidence and an understanding of how things work. We strive to create an environment where children learn concepts through their most important job – PLAY!
Our preschool will guide each child in the growth and development of the whole child. Areas related to physical, emotional, and social development are all given equal attention when preparing a curriculum to fit the needs of each child. A child’s self-expression, problem-solving, reasoning, creativity, and analytic thinking are developed through meaningful play.
Our teachers strive to aid each child in developing a positive self-image.
Dizzy’s Preschool Curriculum
Dizzy’s Preschool supports a play-based learning environment that recognizes the value of child-initiated play to support cognitive development of science, math, language and literacy skills. Children’s play stimulates the physical social, emotional and creative development that is critical during a child’s early years. Through play, children actively pose problems, derive solutions, and develop understandings of real world concepts.
Dizzy’s Preschool has an emergent curriculum, ensuring a smooth progression from the Green to the Yellow to the Red classroom. Through the use of an age-appropriate and individualized curriculum, our preschool integrates play experiences with a comprehensive learning environment. Each class will explore math, science, language, music, art, movement and dramatic play through a hands-on, discovery-based daily curriculum in an exciting and nurturing environment. Our Red Class (4s-5s) will place a stronger emphasis on Kindergarten-Readiness Skills in math, reading, writing and problem solving. With an emphasis on social skills and instilling a love of learning, our curriculum builds upon itself with each class, ensuring students are fully prepared to integrate into Kindergarten.