Welcome to Calvary Christian Preschool!

The only requirements to enroll in our program are you must be completely potty trained, and have turned 3 or 4 by August 1st of the current year. In preschool we combine play with learning, to make your childs learning an adventure they won't want to miss. Our room is divided up into learning centers which enables the children to play in small groups, while rotating around the room to different areas.

Needed items for class

  • Velcro type shoes will be needed for gym time. These shoes will stay at school.
  • Pillow
  • Blanket
  • Backpack to keep nap items in
  • Children may bring a special stuffed animal to sleep with if they do so at home
  • We will supply pencils, crayons, and scissors for them. Each student has his/her own can with their name on it, where they hang up their coat. This can is used to put any papers or projects in that the child does during their day to take home.


The only form of discipline that we use with the students are time out. It is one minute per the age of the child. If your child is given a time out during their day, you will receive a Time Out Report that will go home with them explaining what their time out was given for.

About my Day

Every day your child comes to school, they get a report sent home. This report will tell you how their day went. The choices are great, good, ok, or bad. The form will also tell you if they slept well, a little, or not at all. The last thing you will find on this report is how they ate at lunch. You will get one of these for each day your child attends school.

Progress Reports

At the end of each quarter your child will be given an evaluation to see how they are doing on learning their age appropriate skills. These reports are then sent home for parents to view their child's progress. They are merely a way for us and you to make sure that your child is progressing in our program. Some of these skills include cutting, using a pencil, sorting objects, learning colors, shapes, letters and numbers. Also included in these are character evaluations as well. For example, do they play well with others, do they need minimal teacher intervention, can they sit quietly during story time.

These evaluations help us measure not only the growth of the child, but the program as well. It is a check and balance for us to make sure that we are teaching the things that they need to know in order to be successful in Kindergarten.