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Pacelli to showcase pre-K at open house

Published 10:11am Tuesday, February 11, 2014

On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Pacelli Pre-School will host an Open House and Registration for the 2014-2015 school year. Beginning at 8:30 a.m. through 3 p.m., parents will be able to observe classes “in action” and meet the teachers. Then in the evening from 6 to 7 p.m., there will be a parent meeting and registration session. Among the many things that parents and visitors will learn is Pacelli will offer the following programs for 2014-2015 school year:

— A 3-day per week program for 3-year olds;

— A morning pre-Kindergarten program for 4-5 year olds;

— An afternoon pre-Kindergarten program for 4-5 year olds; and — Infant care (Opening date to be announced following remodeling construction).

— Day Care and theme-weeks throughout the summer.

Pacelli partners with parents to provide a faith-based educational experience that links learning with fun. Children are taught math concepts, hands-on science experiments, physical education, music, and technology. Pacelli preschool offers chidren a “family-like” atmosphere that, when added to Shamrock Zone, the children can stay at Pacelli for the entire day. In addition, preschool children are able to eat breakfast before school and lunch after school in the cafeteria. Children also are able to participate in play and exercise in the school gymnasium and the school auditorium.

If you would like further information, please call Pacelli Elementary School at 433-8859 or come to the open house on Feb. 11.  Pacelli preschool is located at 511 Fourth Ave. NW in the Pacelli Elementary School Building.


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