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Friend-Ship Preschool

  
A ministry of Canton United Methodist Church
605-764-2859
 Teacher: Karen Rieck
 Pastor: Rev. Steve Ziebarth
 "Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it"Proverbs 22:6
 
 
 
 
 
 
Registration dates for fall 2018 are: 
March 1st for returning students and church members. 
Registration for all others opens April 17th.
 
Tuition rates per month:   
Monday -Wednesday -Friday Preschool -$100
Tuesday-Thursday preschool - $80
                           
Non-refundable deposit to hold place - $75
Snacks and supplies are provided.
 
Classroom Session times:
4 year olds - Morning Session 8:45-11:15 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Afternoon Session 12:15-2:45 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday
3 year olds - 8:45-11:15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday
 
Mission: To reach out to the community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through education.
 
Purpose:The preschool program offers young children a Christian setting in which to grow, to learn, and to develop emotionally, intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually using developmentally appropriate activities. Friend-Ship Preschool’s daily activities will assist parents in the development of their young children.
 
Click Here to Download Brochure with registration Forms for Fall 2018.   Registration will begin in March.
 
Notes from the Preschool Teacher: 
 
OMGoodness!!! What a week we had!  I am so blessed to be part of a school that the parents are connected to their child's education like y'all are.  Parents and Pumpkins was an absolute blast and I have heard so many wonderful stories from the kids retelling the days events. Thank you so much to those who volunteered to help with clean up and bringing snacks.   The last two weeks have been pumpkin themed.  Your kids learned about the growing process of the pumpkin and the three main things a pumpkin needs to grow.  The highlight for everyone was the Parents and Pumpkins event and all the extra stations we were able to have.  Typically we don't have that many, but I knew we would have a need for them and to be able to spread out.  It would be awful tight to have everyone in one room.   Hi everyone!!  What a great week we had learning about Owls and what makes them so special.  I had assorted stations in the room to help your child learn how to build a home for an owl, counting owls, big and small, and color matching with owls that are wearing scarfs.   The kids really loved the building area that was full of item we would find in nature for an owl to build its home.  I had moon dough in the sensory table with owl molds and some very fun and colorful books about owls in the library.  Be sure to look through the pictures to see your child at work.
 
Miss Karen