Our year is already wonderful, with classes full of amazing children. We have spent the past few weeks getting to know students and their families, building routines and having fun! Thanks to the parents who bring these great kids to OSLP!
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We hope you are enjoying summer with your kids, and taking advantage of all the parks, activities and concerts Fort Collins has to offer! We are gearing up for an exciting new year of preschool, and we’d like your child to be part of it. Contact us through the website or call 484-7412 for more information.
Believe it or not, it’s the last week of preschool. Time flies when you’re surrounded by wonderful children! Next year’s classes are just about full, so if you’re interested in a spot, contact us soon. We will continue to fill spots throughout the summer, but they may go quickly.
Registration has begun for the 2015-2016 school year! If you are looking for a loving, play-filled preschool for your child, please consider OSLP. We combine academics with all the things kids should be doing, and the result is a well balanced program. Please call us at 484-7412 or contact this website to schedule a visit.
Registration for our next school year will open on February 9th. Please contact us through this website, or call 484-7412 for information or with any questions you have. We’ll be happy to set up a tour, and look forward to meeting you and your future preschooler!
Has your child recently turned 3 and is ready for a first school experience? We are currently registering 3 year olds for the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year. Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-noon. Please call 484-7412 for more information. Registration for the 2015-2016 school year will be coming up in February.
The annual craft fair is behind us, and it was a tremendous success thanks to our preschool families and volunteers. Thank you! As we move forward to the Christmas season, we continue to be thankful for the amazing children in our program and their families. Have a blessed Christmas and New Year!
Our classroom is full of shapes this week. On Monday we visited the Garlic Knot, and explored all the shapes in a pizza restaurant. Chef Matt and Chef Nyssa let us make our own pizzas, and everybody had a great time. Thanks, Garlic Knot!
Our students experienced farm life when we visited a pumpkin patch this week. The animals and plants were fun, and everybody loved the hayride! This Friday, we expect a lot of ghosts and goblins- or princesses and Power Rangers?- at the All-School Halloween Party. Piñata, anyone?
Our Tuesday/Thursday class is a perfect way to introduce your 3 year old to school. Each day, the children get plenty of time to play- very important for developing problem solving skills, social skills, and self-regulation. They also get an appropriate introduction to classroom life. Our 3 year olds have FUN!