Preschool at Ada Christian
Ada Christian Preschool provides a stimulating and enriching experience for each child during this stage of their development. Teachers strive to nurture the social, emotional, physical, spiritual and intellectual growth of the preschool child in a secure and loving environment.
Student preschool goals are to:
- Encourage a love for God and one another
- Develop a sense of wonder, appreciation, and excitement for learning about God and His creation.
- Develop an appreciation for who we are as God's children.
- Learn to cooperate and be sensitive to the needs of others.
- Develop fine motor and gross motor skills.
- Stimulate creativity
- Improve verbal, listening and perceptual skills.
Ada Christian School Preschool is licensed by the State of Michigan. Teachers have education degrees, and assistant teachers have completed coursework in early childhood education.
Immersion at Ada Christian Preschool
Train a child in the way He shall go, and when he is old he shall not depart from it.
Christian immersion is definitely a big part of what we do at Ada Christian Preschool. It plays an integral part in how we model friendship behavior; take care of our rooms, and more. In addition, it is the envelope around our weekly and monthly themes, not only in our Jesus times, but also in our academic curriculum. Christian immersion is not religion forced on all; Christian immersion is loving arms embracing people the way Jesus did and looking at all God has created.
HEALTH FORMS FOR PRESCHOOL:
The stae of MI requires a health form to be on file at the preschool for each student by the first day of school. Here is the link to that form if you would like to have it filled out early. Forms are valid for 2 years. (All preschool families will receive a paper copy of this form in mid-August as well; please disregard if you print online. Also, please feel free to have your child's doctor fax this form to our school if you would like; 676-9216; attn preschool.) Also, feel free to contact ACS Preschool if you have further questions; 676-0254.
2015-2016 marks a new year for the state of MI in regards to shots and vaccinations. If you choose to not have vaccinations for your child/children, please know that the state of MI now requires more. The Kent County Health Department is a resource for all questions.