A special note: PSA will be migrating our email system to Google during the Thanksgiving holiday. The entire staff will be unable to access our email system. We apppreciate your patience. This will begin at 5:30 p.m. on 11/25/2015 and we will hopefully be up and running on 11/30/2015. Thank you for your understanding!
Source: 2016-17 Enrollment Opens 1/4/2016 for New Families!
We are seeking afternoon teachers for children ages 18 months through 5 years old. Hours are Monday through Friday 12:30-5:30PM. Positions available immediately. This is a part time position with benefits. Come join our organization of passionate educators! Please email Jen Korz or Stacy Mitchell with resume and cover letter.
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
At Preschool of the Arts, we believe passionately that children are strong and capable, teachers are guides and researchers, and parents are partners in the learning process – all values embodied within the schools of Reggio Emilia, of which we are inspired. As faculty, how do we engage more fully in order to be truly present … Continue reading
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 email@example.com
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
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
As an educator, I happen to think of the beginning of the school year as the most magical time of the year. Not in the hocus pocus sense, or rabbits coming out of top hats, but in the sense that possibilities, wonder, and awe await around every corner. Classrooms have been scrubbed, toys have been … Continue reading