Welcome to Arcadia Episcopal Preschool.
School Mission and Philosophy:
The mission of our school is to provide high-quality child care for working parents in the community. Since 1993, Arcadia Episcopal Preschool has placed an emphasis on developing each child’s individual abilities. We provide a caring, challenging curriculum designed to meet the child’s cognitive, social-emotional, physical and spiritual needs in preparation for daily life and kindergarten.
The philosophy of the school is based on Erik Erickson’s stages of social-emotional development, Jean Piaget’s theories of how children think and learn, and sound principles of physical development. We believe that children learn through play to become enthusiastic and engaged learners.
Our preschool serves as an extension of the family’s child-rearing activity through the care and education of children. Fulfillment of this role requires meeting criteria far beyond the minimum mandated standards through state licensing requirements for health and safety.
We Are Licensed by the State of California, # 191-500590
Openings in the preschool:
None at the time, however we do have limited openings on the waitlist.
November Newsletter 2014
Last month’s news A big thanks to the Vong family for opening their home to us for the Harvest Parade! The fire department visited and all of your children loved hearing the alarms and touching the big red fire truck. Thanks to Mrs. Hughes for her presentation on parent education night. Mr.Chan (one of our Dolphin parents) came and discussed with the
October newsletter 2014
October Newsletter 2014 Director’s Corner At the end of the month, Halloween will be here. We have our own special event planned for this time of year. At the preschool we do not actually celebrate Halloween, instead we celebrate the time of year, the Harvest. It’s the season when crops are gathered from the fields and typically begins in autumn. The teachers pick
Director Dear Parents, On Back-to-School Night we shared our goals for your children for this upcoming school year. We hope that you found the evening informative. During the course of the school year, we will host a variety of events. On October 31, we will have our annual harvest party and parade. Each class will have a party and then we will