47 Century Avenue South,
Discover why parents say "LCPP is a fun, loving, learning environment that has nurturing, enthusiastic teachers".
NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR!
The purpose of Lutheran Church of Peace Preschool is to further each child's spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development by providing a program that will encourage and challenge the child to his or her fullest potential. The program incorporates a Christian-based curriculum that fosters children's faith.
Our Staff and Environment
We provide well qualified staff to supervise, encourage and guide children. All of our teachers have education or psychology degrees and are trained in early childhood education, first aid, and CPR. We keep our class sizes small so that we can provide a safe, secure, nurturing environment. The environment has the ability to change as the developmental needs of children change.
Lutheran Church of Peace Preschool is a non-profit half-day Early Childhood program. We are a Christian program that accepts families of all faiths. We have been serving the community with quality preschool education for nearly 40 years. We are licensed by the State of Minnesota
We also have received 4 stars, the highest rating from Parent Aware. Parent Aware is a rating tool for selecting high quality child care and early childhood education.
Developmental learning is a gradual and continuous process.
Learning centers are set up daily to enhance the development of the whole child through a carefully planned curriculum. The curriculum goals are based on the Minnesota Early Childhood Indicators of Progress. Children are given opportunities to explore their environment and to experience a variety of materials and situations.
Weekly devotions with church pastors
Open Door Policy- we welcome parent involvement and participation
1-2 field trips a year that extend the units of study
Four major family events: family night, Christmas program, Special Guest Day, and graduation celebration
Pre-K curriculum goals that reflect district #622 & #833 kindergarten requirements