Click the image above for the 2020 Immanuel Lutheran Preschool Handbook!
Our Classroom Types:
Infants (6 weeks to 15 months)
The need for a safe, secure “home away from home” where infants can learn, play, and grow is the reason we’ve designed a nurturing, creative world for infants that helps their minds and bodies develop. We’re committed to creating a strong bond with your child to ensure his or her best start in life.
Toddlers (15 months to 24 months)
A whole new world opens to children when they take to their feet. They walk, talk, and begin to develop relationships with one another. Our Toddler program is filled with sensory experiences that emphasize the importance of a toddler’s environment and relationships. Our teachers provide a high level of interaction while individually nurturing each child.
Two-year-olds are curious about the world around them. They’re busy exploring their environment and learning to communicate their thoughts. While they’re beginning to exert their independence, they’re also gaining a better understanding of group play. Our Preschool program emphasizes developing the whole child by focusing on both education fundamentals and social skills.
A preschooler’s world opens up in new ways as he or she improves coordination, learns complex skills, and begins to interact more with peers. Our preschool program introduces language, math, science, and social skills in a logical, appropriate sequence that encourages learning one step at a time. And we provide plenty of individual attention to support your child’s unique needs. This program provides a rich classroom environment where children are encouraged to explore and challenged to learn, all while making friends and developing self-confidence.
With formal schooling on the horizon, prekindergarten is a critical time for children. Our Prekindergarten program promotes independence while preparing your child for the next exciting phase: kindergarten! We make the transition smoother by helping children become familiar with a more structured learning environment.
This program helps school-agers develop a sense of who they are and what they can do. We promote collaboration and positive group interaction, giving children a choice in daily planning while encouraging independent learning.