PreSchool - Kindergarten
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In order to qualify for the preschool program, a child needs to be three or four years old by October 1, 2022. Furthermore, state law requires students to have a physical examination to be completed by the family physician prior to the start of school.
The philosophy of the Woodbury City Public School’s preK program is to identify and address the unique needs of the young children in our community. The program is strongly rooted in the belief that young children learn through multi-sensory experiences. These experiences create permanent connections that form the foundation for eventual abstract thinking. The natural curiosity of young children is nurtured and enhanced through experimentation and discovery. Our mission is to continue upholding this core philosophy as our program moves forward.
A successful classroom environment fosters real life experiences, an atmosphere of imagination and individuality, and ample opportunities for peer modeling and interaction. The inclusion of children with disabilities is a strong component of the program. Inclusion fosters awareness of individual differences and learning styles. A collaborative effort among the classroom teacher, special educator, occupational therapist, and the speech/language specialists, provides an environment rich in play experiences that promotes growth and learning across the developmental continuum.
The New Jersey preschool expectations are supported through integrated thematic units and various child-centered activities. We recognize that children learn most effectively from their peers in everyday settings with proper supports in place for child and teacher alike. In addition, all preschool teachers have received training and are currently using the creative curriculum program.
As our mission continues to move forward, the district’s overarching goal is that such developmentally appropriate experiences supply the first step in each child’s ultimately successful journey through the educational process. As a district we have learned that providing early childhood programming is the key to the future academic success of our young students. Such early learning experiences are the cornerstones to solid educational foundations in the future. The district utilizes many different approaches to be sure that all children excel.
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