St. Paul Lutheran Church

"Changing lives through Jesus Christ in a caring community

where people mature in faith, worship Jesus, 

witness, and serve others in the world.".  

 

St. Paul Christian Education Center

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Please call 783-1068 to set up an appointment, we would love to give you a tour of our school. Office hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  You can also contact the school director via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

For the 2017-2018 school year are are offering:

  • Tuesday/Thursday mornings for 3's
  • Tuesday/ Thursday full day for 3's
  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday mornings for 3's
  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday full day 3's    
  • Monday/Wednesday/Friday mornings for 4's
  • Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday full day for 4's
  • Monday thru Friday full day for 4's
  • Monday thru Friday full day for 4/5's (Stepping Stones)
  • Full Day Kindergarten
  • First/Second Grade
  • Two & You Program for 2's
  • FULL DAY Summer Fun Program  

 Before school and After school Care 7:30-5:30

Twos & You, a toddler time for a parent and child to have the first school experience together. It is a two hour class once a week for 16 weeks. We run three classes- Tuesday or Wednesday. The fall semester starts in September and runs through January and the spring semester starts in February and runs through June. Children may attend both semester. All children must be two by Dec. 1st . 

3's classes meet 2 or 3 mornings, or 2 or 3 full days a week. We teach with the ‘whole child’ approach, including all physical, emotional, social, spiritual and cognitive needs. Children are reached through a variety of teaching methods, especially a multi-sensory approach. The full-day class includes lunch and a 60 minute nap time. Children must be potty trained and three by Dec. 1st.

4's classes meet 3 mornings, 3 full days or 5 full days. Using a multi-sensory approach, in a group setting as well as one-on-one. all readiness skills are addressed. All physical, emotional, social, spiritual and cognitive needs are addressed in our ‘whole child’ approach. Music and Gym (Physical Education) are an integral part of the program. The full day classes include lunch and a ½ hour rest time as well as a cooperative learning center time in the afternoon. Children must be four by Dec. 1st. 

4/5's classes, also known as Stepping Stones, meet 5 full days. This project based program is a benefit to those children who just make the cut-off date and need a ‘stretch year’ to solidify skills before kindergarten, as well as those who just miss the cut-off date. This curriculum differs somewhat from the 4's class curriculum. Due to the older ages of the children, a more concentrated pre-reading, language and pre-math program is presented. The class includes lunch and a ½ hour rest time as well as a cooperative learning center time in the afternoon. Children must be four by May 1st.

Kindergarten meets 5 full-days a week. The children are taught reading, language arts, writing, math, science and social studies in large, small and individual settings. Music, health, physical education, art and Spanish are taught on a weekly basis by ‘specials’ teachers. Sign language is incorporated through Bible scriptures and songs at our daily Bible time. The A Beka curriculum is used in conjunction with supplemental activities and materials. Science and Social Studies are theme-based and hands-on units, with experience and discovery in mind. Busing is provided through the local school districts. Children must be five by Dec. 1st .

First Grade/Second Grade meets 5 full days a week. The children are taught reading, language arts, writing, math, science and social studies in small and individual settings. Music, health, physical education, art and Spanish are taught on a weekly basis by ‘specials’ teachers. Sign language is incorporated through Bible scriptures and songs at our daily Bible time. The A Beka curriculum is used for language arts and Everyday Mathematics (Chicago math) is used for math. Science and Social Studies are theme-based and multi-sensory units. Busing is provided through the local school districts.