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Trailblazers are 3 years old at the time of entrance to school. This program is offered mornings 9:00am—11:30am. Classes meet Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday and Thursday. The school year runs September through May.

The Trail Blazers program is designed to help the young preschooler gain independence through learning, become successful communicators, and make cognitive discoveries with literacy, math, science and social studies. Our thematic curriculum is carefully researched and follows NAEYC’s guidelines to promote communication, learning, discovery, cooperation, self-assurance, and physical agility.

The Trail Blazers feels self-assured when he/she enters our school. The classrooms are clearly defined and always have exciting experiences waiting to be explored. Everyday the teacher will provide the following areas for the Trail Blazer:

Construction/ Blocks Gross Motor
Math Art/ Creative Expression
Discovery /Science Music
Language Arts/ Creative Dramatics
Sensory Table/ Fine Motor/Manipulative

The Trailblazer can predict what will happen next!

Our routine is school wide. The student learns he/she can count on the routine to help them get through the day until they see Mom and Dad.

Free Choice - Exploration of learning areas
Group Time – Show n’ Tell, music and movement, Content Areas
Snack and Story
Cooperation Station - Learning centers work on cooperative learning, communication skills
*Bathroom Time is always available! We know the importance of this experience and partner with you to continue success in this areas.

Parents play an important role at our school! Trailblazers love to include their parents in their preschool day. The school offers special days for Mom and Dad to come and be a part of their child’s day. We also invite parents to volunteer in the classroom with extra activities. Parents are informed through monthly calendars and newsletters of current events. Teachers also communicate with parents through phone and written correspondence.


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