For more than 45 years, Woodcrest Preschool has provided parents with the highest level of trust and care for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten-age students. The professional staff at Woodcrest Preschool has watched children grow from crawling and tracing to running and writing. We love every moment of your child’s learning journey. Our Enhanced Curriculum includes:
We are cutting edge at Woodcrest Preschool and are so excited to inform you of our security features and parent communication programs. We have partnered with Procare, the leading preschool software company, to check in all parents with a biometric fingerprint reader. All parents will need to check-in and obtain an admission ticket in order to pick-up and drop-off a child. No Ticket, No Pickup!
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Another great feature at Woodcrest Preschool is Kid Reports. Kid Reports is a National Leader in communicating with parents about what is going on in their child’s classroom. Daily pictures and activity updates are just a few of the features. Infant and toddler parents can get up to the minute information on feedings, diaper changing and sleeping habits. How cool is that?
At Woodcrest Preschool, our teachers love what they do and are the very best in providing a safe and loving environment designed for exploration, learning, and most of all, fun.
In addition to educating children, our preschool is a community and resource for parents. Woodcrest Preschool parents are involved in class room activities, field trips, restaurant nights, birthday parties, volunteering, and more. Woodcrest Preschool is also a place to meet new friends with children of similar ages who will be in your life for years to come.
Only 10% of the preschools in the United States are currently accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC is the mark of quality childcare. We are proud that all Woodcrest Preschool locations are NAEYC Accredited. Click here for more information on NAEYC Accreditation.
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