The mission of First Presbyterian Kindergarten is to provide a Christian educational environment and curriculum which will promote a strong foundation for life-long learning. We will work alongside parents and assist children in developing a personal relationship with Jesus as Lord as they learn of God and His desire for them to glorify Him while advancing academically, socially, spiritually and emotionally. Our goal is to provide a strong foundation for life-long learning. We would love to have you visit us at church, too! www.fpcministries.org
Your Child Is In Good Hands With Us
First Presbyterian Kindergarten uses a modified version of the biblically based Abeka curriculum for phonics, numbers, and Bible. This curriculum is designed sequentially with skills being presented for progressive academic understanding. Numerous science and social studies topics are also included through learning about seasons and various holidays. These topics also include many fun and unique opportunities for art in the classroom. Music takes place once a week which involves learning a variety of songs, introducing instruments, and learning about rhythm. Each Tuesday the students get together for a school-wide chapel as well.
Director: Julie Cavnar
Emily Johnston – K3 (5 day class)
Ashley Galloway – K3 (3 day class) and music teacher
Patricia Smith – K4
Leanne Johnston – K4
Angie Pettit – K4
Carrie Mattox – K5
We provide early care each day starting at 7:00 am for parents who need this service. School day drop off begins at 8:00 and ends at 8:30. The school doors are locked at 8:30. Dismissal begins at 11:45 and ends at 12:00.
FPK follows the Autauga County school year. This includes holidays as well as school dismissals due to the weather. Christmas break may vary from Autauga County.