Champions® Early Foundations® Program at Mariemont Elementary:
The Champions Early Foundations® Preschool program enhances preschoolers’ confidence by providing activities to help children become problem solvers and lifelong learners. Through independent exploration, structured activities and hands-on learning, children work on early literacy, math, science and social studies concepts. A healthy dose of running, jumping and dancing keeps them active too.
There are five areas of focus in the Champions Early Foundations® curriculum, with endless opportunities for children to learn and grow.
COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS: They will guide your child in developing communication skills.
BUILDING BRAIN POWER: They will help your child gain higher-level thinking skills.
MAKING NEW FRIENDS: They will coach your child in developing strong relationships.
NURTURING CREATIVITY: They will inspire your child to explore creative ideas and talents.
GROWING A HEALTHY BODY: They will help your child refine motor skills.
Welcoming preschoolers for a 1/2 day or a full day. For more information, contact Becki Johnson, site director, at 513-503-0346 or visit the Champions website. You can also reach Champions about their preschool program or about before- and after-school care by calling 513-272-7415.
HCESE Early Childhood Program at Terrace Park Elementary:
The Hamilton County Educational Service Center offers a tuition-based Early Childhood Program located at Terrace Park Elementary. This program provides half-day preschool programming for children ages 3-5. The program has been designed to meet the special needs of children with disabilities in an integrated setting with their typically developing peers.
Child-directed, teacher-supported exploration and learning experiences are designed so that each child can construct knowledge at their own developmental level and pace.
The morning session runs from 8:30-11am, and the afternoon session is 12:50-3:20pm.
For further information on this program, please email Lisa Miller or call 674-4269.