Preschool

Kindergarten Ones
 (18 months - 24 months)
Days Monday - Friday
Time 8:15 - 11:35

Kindergarten Two
Age: 2 years old
Week Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:15 am - 11:35 amPurpose
Our purpose is to provide a safe and caring environment for your child to experience God's love while pursuing specific social, academic and spiritual goals. It is our desire that each child develop at his own pace, be challenged to reach his greatest potential, and be appreciated for his own unique gifts.

Curriculum
The A Beka Curriculum provides your child with many opportunities to grow. Each day offers a balance of age appropriate guided play activities:
Stories and songs
Art and music
Letters and numbers
Shapes and colors
Social skills
Fine and gross motor skills
Language skills
Bible stories and object lessons
Character traits

Kindergarden

Ages: 3 & 4 year olds
Week Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:15 am - 11:35 am
One teacher and one assistant in each classroom
Class eligibility determined by child's age as of September 2nd

Purpose
Our purpose is to provide a safe and caring environment for your child to experience God's love while pursuing specific social, academic, and spiritual goals. It is our desire that each child develop at his own pace, be challenged to reach his greatest potential, and be appreciated for his own unique gifts.

Curriculum
The A Beka Curriculum provides your child with many opportunities to grow.
Each day offers a balance of guided play activities, reading, math, science, social studies, language development, Bible thoughts and outdoor play.
We also provide enhanced music, art, science and computer programs.

Chapel
Church Library visits once a week on Mondays (K3 & K4 check out books)

Library
Church Library visits once a week on Mondays (K3 & K4 check out books)

Field Trips
Field trips are planned throughout the year.
Parents are usually invited to accompany the children and transportation is provided.

Music

Music is used each day to help the pace of the classroom, whether it is soothing for quiet time or lively for wiggle time. We use our music suite next to the playground to introduce rhythm instruments, listen for pitch and notes, beat awareness, improve hand-eye coordination and motor skills, and to develop a love of music. It is a fun place to build confidence, self-esteem, and pre-reading skills.

Field Trips

Our field trips are designed to be age appropriate for each class. It is an opportunity for parents to participate in their child's learning experience by joining us. Our parents are asked to serve as chaperones and adhere to all CDC policies. You may be asked to chaperone other children in addition to your own child. Siblings may not attend CDC functions.

Art

Art is a part of our classroom activities each week. The children are introduced to artists, styles, colors, techniques, drawing, materials, shapes and colors using scissors, glue, string, tissue paper, sponges, brushes, fingers, forms, clay, markers, chalk, watercolors, tempura paint, and more.

Science

Our classes do experiments and hands on activities. It is a great place to explore and learn about God’s creation during our language development time.

Outdoor Play

All children play outdoors on a daily basis as weather permits. Send a jacket, hat and gloves in cold/windy weather. Children are required to stay with their class during outdoor time due to staffing requirements.

Show and Tell

Your child will have the opportunity to bring an item to class for show and tell on designated days. Your child's teacher will provide a "show'n'tell" bag to keep the item in. Your child is responsible for the item.
 
Please assist your child in choosing an appropriate item, not a family treasure or breakable glass. Items that should never be sent to school include, but are not limited to: toy guns, knives, ropes, toys of great value.

Enrollment Forms

Download and print the file that applies to your child's admission status.  Fill out all the forms except for the affidavit and medical release (for new applicants).  
These forms will be signed in front of the CDC Administrator or representative.

Admission Policy

In order to be considered for admission, the following
requirements must be met:

All forms are completed and returned:

  1. Application for admission
  2. Health Immunization Record
  3. Child's Medical Report
  4. Emergency Medical Release Form
  5. Affidavit on Non-Licensure Status
  6. Field Trip Permission
  7. Photo release

Non-refundable registration fee paid with application - $85.00

The First Baptist Child Development Center reserves the right to accept, decline, dismiss or make exceptions to any student with or without cause at the CDC Director's discretion. Children must meet classroom habit requirements by second week of school.

Parents must keep information current in the CDC office.

Half Day Classes Offered
7:55 am - 11:30am

Full Day Classes Offered 
7:00 am - 4:00 pm or 4:45 pm