Due to flooding in Fort Collins and surrounding areas, OSLP will be closed Friday, September 13th. We hope all our families stay safe and dry!
We are starting a new year here at OSLP! It’s so exciting to see new preschool students, and to welcome back our returning kids. It’s going to be a great school year!
Classes start soon (September 3rd and 4th) and we still have a couple of openings. Please call 484-7412 for information on our wonderful program!
Ms. Bev and Ms. Nancy are very busy this week, cleaning, painting, and sorting, so our students will have a beautiful classroom this fall. We can’t wait to see the results! We’ll be in on Wednesday, August 14th if you’d like to stop by.
Ms. Bev and Ms. Nancy will be at OSLP this Monday, August 12th, at 10am. We’re getting the classroom ready for a great group of kids! Please stop by and see us if you’d like any information on our program.
It’s another beautiful day in Fort Collins, Colorado! Registration at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Preschool is going strong, but we still have spaces available. We would love the opportunity to meet with you and your child and discuss your preschool needs.
Ms. Nancy will be in the classroom on Wednesday, July 24th from 2:30-4:30. If you’d like to get a look at our classroom, you’re welcome to stop by. If you’d like a tour at a different time, please use our contact button on this page and we’d be happy to set it up!
We at OSLP hope you are all having a great summer! We are still registering students for the 2013-2014 preschool year. Please use the Contact button on this site, or call 484-7412 for more information. Enjoy our beautiful Fort Collins weather!
What a wonderful year we’ve had at OSLP! The students were absolutely delightful, and the parents were amazing. Thank you to everybody who was a part of it, and may you have a blessed, fun filled summer. We have 2 spots left in next year’s MWF class, and several in TTH. Please call 484-7412 or use the contact button on this website to get
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The weather is warming up, and preschool couldn’t be a busier place. We have chicks hatching, butterflies emerging from cocoons, and preschoolers preparing to move on to kindergarten. We have one last field trip- a ride on a city bus to get ice cream downtown. Could there be a more exciting field trip for a 4 year old?