The History of Community PreSchool...
In 1963 the idea came about to turn a few empty classrooms in the Church's school building into a day school for families of the church and children in the surrounding communities. In 1965 that became a reality. Several members of the Church were interested in pursuing this idea along with the church leaders at the time, Trustee members and the Commission of Education. The first "Community Nursery School" Committee Chairperson was Vera Gardner. Vera had majored in Early Childhood Education and had experience teaching young children. She kept in close contact with state regulations and licensing requirements. As the day care center grew, improvements were made to the original classrooms, outdoor play area and church grounds. It would be impossible to thank all of the faithful chairpersons and committee members who contributed to the growth of the school.
From it's beginning, Community PreSchool has emphasized the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional development of the child in an atmosphere of mutual respect, affection and sharing. The school implements a curriculum that incorporates many activities to nurture within our children high self-esteem and concern for others as well as a love of learning and a respect for all forms of life.
For many children, preschool is a child's first experience away from home and family. Our goal at Community PreSchool is to provide a loving and caring Christian environment which also encourages the physical, emotional and intellectual development of the whole child.
"For I know the plans I have for you, "declares the Lord," plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11