WE BELIEVE: Preschool of the Arts through film …

WE BELIEVE: Preschool of the Arts through film …

We are so proud to unveil our school’s story through film. While this compelling piece is merely a glimpse into our powerful work with children and families, we are delighted that it captures the essence of our rich, collaborative community. Special thanks to Focal Flame–the film-makers/artists responsible for giving voice and vision to what we … Continue reading

Substitute positions available!

Substitute positions available!

We are currently taking application materials for substitute and long term substitute teachers.  We have children from 18-months to 5-years of age, and a wonderful, collaborative environment of support.  If you are interested in joining our community of creative learners and explorers, please email a cover letter and resume to Jen Korz at jkorz@preschoolofthearts.com

2015-2016 Enrollment is OPEN

2015-2016 Enrollment is OPEN

Thank you for your interest in Preschool of the Arts. All of our 2015-2016 registration materials can now be accessed online.  You can access the registration materials by clicking on the ENROLL NOW link below. All forms are in Adobe pdf format for ease of downloading and printing. You will need Adobe Reader to open and print these documents. … Continue reading

Autumn Musings at Preschool of the Arts

Autumn Musings at Preschool of the Arts

When children are exposed to rich sensory materials and experiences in the natural world during their earliest of years, they make connections with the environment around them. Imagine the questions surrounding a broken acorn, a handful of leaves of varied and brilliant colors, or even a tiny bug nestled amidst some gourds and miniature pumpkins. … Continue reading

Parent-Teacher Conferences (Oct. 24)

Parent-Teacher Conferences (Oct. 24)

At Preschool of the Arts, we believe that relationship building is one of the most important parts of our jobs as early childhood educators. One of the pillars of the Reggio Emilia Philosophy indicates that parents and teachers are co-responsible partners in a child’s education. When we as parents and teachers take time to sit … Continue reading