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:
We will have two openings available in the 4 year old class beginning in June- one five half day and one five full day.
Three openings in our two and half yea- old room. Children need to be potty trained in this class. There will be one five half day and one five full days and one two full day beginning in June.
April Newsletter 2013
From the Director Last month was full of surprises! One day a former student, now in enrolled in Arcadia High School, called and asked me for a project to work on to earn his Eagle Scout status. I was thinking about getting the garden ready for the children to plant, so I told him he and his troop could work on that project.
From The Director Dear Parents, This month we begin re-enrollment for the next trimester. It helps me plan the correct number of openings the school will have during the summer and in September. Please review your bill for March and let me know if you have any questions. Families that will have children in the pre-kindergarten class need to choose between a five
From The Director Last month was full of surprises! The month started out with colds and eventually turned into the flu for many staff and children, including myself. Another exciting event was the adoption of our newest member to the preschool, a bunny that the children have affectionately named, “Cupcake”. One of the parents told me she had found the bunny at