SCHEDULE A TOUR     |     DONATE NOW    |     PARENTS

Preschool

About
Specials
Volunteering
Snack Info
Web Links
Goals
News

St. Cletus offers full day and half day options for preschool.

Both full day and half day are a combination of 3-4 year olds. We believe this benefits all students. The younger students have someone to look up to and the older students like being able to help their younger friends learn and grow.

Our day is action packed here in preschool. We learn about handwriting, religion, begin to interact with a smartboard, and incorporate math, reading, science, social studies, and social/emotional learning into our everyday activities. We have plenty of free choice play throughout the day.

Preschool students attend church about once per month with their 5th or 6th grade buddies during the all school masses.

Room 98A

  • A – Music
  • B – Spanish
  • C – Physical Education
  • D – Technology
  • E – Library
  • F – Physical Education

Room 98B

  • A – Spansih
  • B – Music
  • C – Physical Education
  • D – Physical Education
  • E – Technology
  • F – Library

Room 105

  • F – Spanish

We love having families volunteer in our classrooms and so do the students! In order to volunteer at lunch, classroom parties, etc. you must be VIRTUS trained, have an up to date background check, and fill out a code of conduct sheet and a CANTS form located in the school office.

Click the link below to see upcoming VIRTUS training classes:

https://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/reg_list2.cfm?theme=0

98A

  • 20 Students (1 apple allergy, 1 milk allergy)

98B

  • 21 Students (1 strawberry allergy)

Please bring enough plates, cups, napkins, and utensils to last the entire week for the snacks you bring.

Some Suggestions: Crackers, fruit, veggies, pretzels, popcorn, fruit snacks, string cheese, etc.

Have you been wondering why your child always seems to be playing instead of working in our classroom?

It’s because play IS the work of a child!

Research has shown that play is the most effective way to teach preschoolers.

Here’s some of the things we are learning:

  • Social skills like sharing and self-control.
  • Fine motor skills to prepare us for holding writing tools.
  • Gross motor skills like coordination and balance.
  • Creative expression and taking pride in our work
  • Literacy skills like book care and recognizing familiar words
  • Math skills like counting, sorting, and comparing
  • Science skills like constructing, experimenting, and observing

Please feel free to ask any questions you might have about our curriculum.  Rest assured – your child is learning AND having fun!