It is the mission of the Morning Star Preschool to provide a Christ-centered learning and developmental experience for young children together with a quality academic education.
The objective of our preschool is to provide an environment that:
- Is safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate for effective learning.
- Recognized and validates the child's strengths and interests.
- Is God centered.
- Instills Christian character, values and beliefs.
- Promotes educational readiness that emphasized literary skills as well as social, emotional, physical, cognitive, intellectual and creative ambitions.
- Inspires your child to learn, create and play.
Our Admission Policy:
Morning Star Preschool, a ministry of Morning Star Fellowship, admits any student without regard to race, color, national and/or ethnic orign. Students are entitled to all rights, programs and activities made available to the school.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2013-14 SCHOOL YEAR.
"Her morning is full of learning activities, such as Circle Time. Learning Centers, learning her letters, letter sounds, shapes, colors, cutting and so much more!"
"I love so many things! I love the family night that Mrs. Slaymaker so wonderfully plans; I love all the creative art projects that my daughter brings home daily. I love that our daughter is in a safe, Christ centered preschool, with a teacher that works tirelessly to ensure a fun, yet educational daily experience!"
"Through the Morning Star Preschool program, what we have enjoyed most is watching our daughter flourish, both intellectually and emotionally."
" ...my children not only learn academics, but also about God and our faith as well."
"Best Preschool ever!"
Teaching preschool is Jill's passion! For more than fifteen years she has taught preschool, serving as the lead teacher for much of that time. She has developed curriculum that fosters positive spiritual, physical, social and emotional and intellectual development in each child that she teaches. Children love her and parents are amazed at her teaching skills.
She is a licensed practical nurse and has taken many classes on early childhood education. For our 2012-13 school year Jill will be teaching ONE class, which will include 3-5 year olds. On Tuesday and Thursday's the 3/4 will be a part of the class. On Friday's only those in the 4/5 year class will attend.