Children age 4 by September 1
Three Day Sessions
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Two Day Sessions
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Children age 3 by September 1
- Arts & Crafts
- Bible Stories
- Dramatic Play
- Music & Dance
- Outdoor Play
- Puppet Shows
Handbook & Forms
- Parent Handbook
- Registration Form
- Emergency Treatment
- Authorized Pickup Form
- Confidentiality Release
- Administer Meds Form
- Anaphylaxis Treatment
- Photo & Info Release
- Physical Form
New Hope Preschool
NOT accepting registrations for fall 2012
Licensed preschool aligned with the RI Early Learning Standards
Call Deb Kreyssig at (401) 539–8947 for more information
A RI Standards based program with Christian values.
Director/Lead Teacher has successfully completed both Level II and Level III standards training.
Small Classes - Only 10 students with 2 qualified teachers.
We have a large sunny classroom as well as the use of our spacious Fellowship Hall. Outside we have an expansive, fenced in playground where children can climb, swing, jump, run, explore and play.
At New Hope Preschool, we believe in nurturing the whole child through positive, well-rounded learning experiences. Our curriculum encompasses the eight domains of the Rhode Island Early Learning Standards: Approaches to learning, Social & Emotional Development, Language Development & Communication, Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Creativity, and Physical Health & Development. A ninth domain, Spirituality, is unique to New Hope Preschool and reflects our commitment to Christian values.
We believe all children learn through play and that each child has a unique approach to learning due to their individual rate of development. At New Hope Preschool, we support learning by embracing children’s individual styles of learning and expanding upon individual and group interests. Our developmentally appropriate curriculum supports children’s accomplishments while introducing them to new concepts and ideas. By doing this, we encourage children to build upon current skills to promote learning in all areas of development.
At New Hope Preschool, children have the freedom to create, discover and grow together in a safe environment full of love, laughter, learning, and friendship.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” - Matthew 19:14
Parents may enroll their children for the upcoming year by filling out a registration form and paying a non-refundable fee of $30. Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Once classes are full, a waiting list will be started. Parents will be informed when an opening is available. All preschool forms must be completed and turned in before your child may attend.
We also require an updated, yearly health record for every child, signed and dated by his/her pediatrician. Physical exams must take place within 1 year prior to the start of school.
NEW HOPE CHAPEL
PO BOX 37
WYOMING, RI 02898
- Complete a registration form and return with a registration fee of $30.00 (non-refundable). Checks are to be made payable to New Hope Chapel with either preschool tuition or preschool registration in the memo line.
- Submit a physical examination record completed by a licensed physician along with your child's immunization record, along with a completed emergency form.
Tuition is payable in one lump sum:
- Two Day sessions is $1,215
- Three Day sessions is $1,530
Or payable in 9 equal installments:
- Two Day sessions is $135 per month
- Three Day sessions is $170 per month
Monthly installments are due on the first of each month. The first payment, whether lump sum or in 9 equal installments, is due by September 1st. See the Parent Handbook for more information.
Please contact Deborah Kreyssig, Preschool Director at 401 539-8947 for more information.
Or by email at email@example.com
New Hope Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the preschool. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.