Shiloh offers an excellent program for PreK4 students who are 4 by August 1st.
All PreK4 students are taught by trained, loving teachers. The curriculum mapping includes Bible, phonemic awareness, phonics, math, unit studies for science and social studies, writing, and vocabulary development. The school day varies between active and quiet activities, large and small groupings, and center times. The preschoolers attend PE, Spanish, music, computer, and library special classes. Each week, preschoolers worship together at chapel. The PreK4 program prepares children for success in kindergarten. The only way to really understand the whole picture of PreK4 is to schedule a visit to the classrooms with Alicia Brown. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Limited spaces are available. It is best to begin the application process the January before the school year you wish to attend.
Shiloh Springdale Campus offers two options for families. PreK4 students may attend 5 days per week or 3 days a week which meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Both programs are full day beginning at 8:15am and ending at 3:00pm, and offer early morning care beginning at 7:30am. For families who need care until 5:30pm, Shiloh offers an extended care program beginning after carline.
Rogers Pinnacle Hills Campus
Shiloh Pinnacle Hills Campus offers a 5 day per week PreK4 program which runs from 8:15am through 3:00pm with early morning care beginning at 7:15am and extended care offered until 5:30pm.
Extended care is a great option for families in which both parents work outside of the home. Students from PreK4 through 5th grade can be enrolled in this program. Extended care begins immediately after school and ends at 5:30pm on the Springdale Campus and 5:30pm at the Rogers Pinnacle Hills Campus. During this time, students are given a snack, work on homework, and participate in a variety of fun activities. The cost is $10 per day.
For more information about extended care contact:
- Springdale Campus - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pinnacle Hills Campus - email@example.com
- Introduce God's Word (Old and New Testament Stories)
- Learn weekly Bible verses
- Respect for American flag
- Recognize upper and lower case letters
- Associate letters with sounds
- Identify rhyming words
- Blend CVC pattern words
- Follow 2-step directions
- Order 3-part stories
- Retell a simple story
- Differentiate pretend/real
- Recognize numbers 1-20
- Count objects to 20
- Identify shapes
- Classify objects by shape, color, and size
- Work simple puzzles
- Solve oral addition and subtraction story problems
- Use manipulative and produce AB patters
- Learn about seasons and special days on the calendar
- Classify animals by characteristics
- Recognize God as Creator
- Differentiate living/non-living things
- Play cooperatively with others
- Separate from parents
- Obey school rules
- Learn about community helpers
- Learn about important historical person
- Recognize God's hand in history
- Use writing tools and scissors with control
- Reproduce letters and numbers with example
- Write letters in name
- Draw body with 8 parts
- Walk, hop, skip, gallop
- Throw and catch a bean bag.