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Welcome to Pre-Kindergarten

Early Years

Our academic program begins with Pre-Kindergarten (PreK). PreK is a five day, full-day program offering small group and individual learning opportunities. The curriculum is presented using a theme-related approach. Children rotate through a variety of centers within each of the PreK classrooms where they have an extended period of time to focus and embrace a particular lesson, securing conceptual understanding while fostering positive social skills. An afternoon nap allows our Preschool students to refuel for the remainder of the afternoon and evening.

Pre-Kindergarten News

A Back to School List From The Experts - 30 Tips To Cover All Bases
A Back to School List From The Experts - 30 Tips To Cover All Bases

Aspen Academy PreK & Programs Director, Debbie Cordero, is featured in this list of 30 tips from experts on back to school from author Amba Brown's "The Finding Your Path Project". Read more here.

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How to Choose the Right Preschool for Your Child
How to Choose the Right Preschool for Your Child

Aspen Academy's Debbie Cordero and Kate Shaw contributed fantastic tips for parents and care givers seeking Preschool/PreK programs in this article published by Niche.com.

Junior Kindergarten Learns About U.S. Coins
Junior Kindergarten Learns About U.S. Coins

Monday, March 7th
Our Junior Kindergarten students sorted U.S. coins by size, shape, and color. They also learned about what is on each coin, and how much each coin is worth.

Junior Kindergarten Learns About Groundhog Day
Junior Kindergarten Learns About Groundhog Day

February 16th, 2016
Our Pre-Kindergartners learned all about Groundhog Day last week. They made predictions on whether or not the groundhog would see his shadow.

PreK and Kindergarten Students Learn About Martin Luther King Jr.
PreK and Kindergarten Students Learn About Martin Luther King Jr.

January 15th, 2016
Our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students learned about Martin Luther King in an activity comparing different colored eggs on the outside versus the inside.