The Preschool for All program is designed to prepare children for kindergarten. The program focuses on social skills, language development, early literacy and early math skills. Teachers are licensed early childhood educators with an approval in special education. Children do not need to be toilet trained to participate in the program. Children learn classroom routines, participate in whole and small group literacy and math lessons, spend 60 minutes per day in open center playtime, are provided 20 minutes of gross motor time, and receive a free snack each day. All children receive free bussing and all school supplies are provided by the program. The Preschool for All program is a half-day program with a morning session that begins at 9:00am, and ends at 11:30am, and an afternoon session that begins at 1:00pm, and ends at 3:30pm. Some children in the Preschool for All classroom have Individualized Education Programs (IEP) and all special education services such as speech language therapy, social work and occupational therapy are provided within the classroom by licensed and certified staff. Classroom size is 15 – 20 students. You can view our power standards here to learn more about the critical areas of development students are assessed on each year.