We celebrate and appreciate every single age-appropriate milestone in your child’s life. Children are appreciated for their unique talents, backgrounds and learning styles.
Even children as young as age two can begin the process of learning to care for their own bodies and being responsible. At Woodcrest, our students LOVE being helpers and learning to do things on their own.
Engaged in learning
One key way to engage students in learning is to ensure the material speaks to them. Our curriculum is carefully designed to peak each child’s interests and fascinations, give children choices to learn in a way that is comfortable and age-appropriate.
Daily Child Reports
Families come first at Woodcrest Preschool. We work closely with parents/guardians to provide superior communication. Through our Procare Phone App, parents/guardians are provided with daily communication of your child’s preschool experience, pictures of exciting activities, and a means to contact the teacher or director. The Procare App engages parents/guardians through photo emails and texts.
Procare is a Leader in communicating with parents/guardians about what is going on in their child’s classroom. Daily pictures and activity updates are just a few of the features.
We care about your child’s safety at Woodcrest Preschool and have partnered with Procare, the leading preschool software company, to check in all parents/guardians through the phone app. All parents/guardians also need to check-out using the app on a daily basis.
Artist of the Month
Each month, Woodcrest Preschool students learn about famous art masters. Teachers provide information on the artist’s background, read books, and showcase some of the most famous work. Children are then challenged to create their own master art projects using the techniques and materials of the artist. Art helps build motor skills, language development, decision making, and so muc
Author of the Month
Woodcrest Preschool chooses an author of the month to help children connect with a story in a deeper way. Students develop and fine tune reading skills, build critical thinking skills, improve writing techniques, and have fun learning more in depth about what they are reading.
Woodcrest works with Reptacular Animals to showcase animals from around the world. Each month, children learn about geography, habitats, eating habits, and most importantly get to interact with the animals. The program teaches our students about caring for animals and helping to ensure that animals never become endangered.