School is in session.
There are classes today!
We follow Western School Corporation Closings
2022-2023 School calendar
August 29th & 30th - Orientation Nights
September 6th - First Day of Class
October 4th-6th - School Pictures
October 17th-21st - Fall Break (No School)
Nov. 18th - Grandparents/Veterans Day Program (K/PK5D)
Nov. 21st & 22nd - Thanksgiving Programs
Nov. 23rd-25th - Thanksgiving Break (No School)
Dec. 15th - 3s Program & Last Day Before Christmas Break, Pre-K/K Christmas Program
Dec. 16th - Grandparents Program & Staff Luncheon
Dec. 19th & 20th - Last School Days Before Christmas Break
January 4th - Classes Resume
January 16th - MLK Birthday (No School)
February 20th - President's Day (No School)
February 26th - Preschool Sunday
March 7th - Dad's Road Rally
March 21st - Open House
March 22nd-23rd - Mother's Tea
March 24th - Creation Pageant (K/PK5D)
March 27th-31st - Spring Break (No School)
April 7th - Good Friday (No School)
May 8th-13th - Last Week for 3s and 4s Classes
May 12th - Silly Safari/Pizza Lunch, Promotion Program/Family Fun Night
May 19th - Last Day for Pre-K
May 20th - Graduation for Pre-K at 11:00
May 24th - Last Day for Kindergarten/Graduation at 6:00
Our preschool day begins with circle time, which includes a time of singing and learning Bible stories. They also learn about the calendar, shapes, numbers and colors. After circle time, the children go into their classrooms for Learning Centers. In the Learning Centers, the children learn more about the theme of the week. Examples of some of our themes are: Fire Prevention, Family, Space, Healthy Eating, and Dinosaurs. Reading time and gym are the next part of the day for the preschoolers. During reading time, a teacher will read the theme books and at gym, the children grow using their large motor skills. The children enjoy a snack while visiting with the teacher and other children during snack time. Small group time the preschooler learns about letters and a real animal that goes along with the letter. An example of the letter and animal is Alexander Alligator, children also learn phonics through our Zoo Phonics program. Some of the special programs we offer to families include our Thanksgiving Feast, Dad’s Road Rally, Mother’s Tea, Field Trips and Family Fun Night. At Chapel Hill Christian Preschool, we have loving and devoted teachers who enjoy helping the children learn and grow.
Mrs. Knight teaches Kindergarten at Chapel Hill Christian Kindergarten. Mrs. Knight has been teaching at Chapel Hill for many years. She has a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and has taught in private and public schools. Many of the children who have attended Chapel Hill Christian Kindergarten have received good citizen awards as they have moved on to higher grades, and we believe that comes from learning about God's Word and how to practice God's Word in their lives. The goal at Chapel Hill is to keep our kindergarten classes small so that Mrs. Knight can give the children individual attention in math and reading. The half-day kindergarten program will address state standards in the areas of reading, math, and science. The children also enjoy the "minds in motions" program. Children may stay for the afternoon enrichment classes that provide hands-on science, math, literature, art, and music. We hope to see you and your child at the Open House where you can meet the staff and learn about the daily routines of kindergarten.
One of Our Parents Said
The growth and learning that we have witnessed in our daughter over the last year has warmed our heart to say the least. She has matured both academically and spiritually in ways that amazed us both.