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  • Sacred Heart Preschool

    Sacred Heart Preschool

    Sacred Heart Preschool Welcomes You!  

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Contact Information:

Julie Crnkovich, Director
jcrnkovich@saintcolumbkille.org

Deidre Henton, Teacher
dhenton@saintcolumbkille.org

Phone:  402.991.3405

Our building is located on the corner of 5th & Monroe St, just east of the school playground

 

Preschool Newsletters

Preschool News

  • Preschool Handbook & Updated Calendar +

    Our 2018-19 Preschool Handbook is available for parents to review:  2018-2019 Preschool Handbook

    We have also added some details to our preschool calendar:  2018-19 Preschool Calendar

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  • August News +

    Office Hours

    Beginning Monday, August 6, the preschool office will be open from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Monday - Thursday.  Outside of office hours, please feel free to use the lock box outside the preschool door to return paperwork.  Contact Julie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or check this website for additional information.

    August Newsletter

    Check out our August Newsletter for important information.  A printable copy is available on this site!

    School Supplies & Calendar

    Looking for our school supply list or a copy of our calendar for the upcoming year?  Printable copies can be found by clicking on the menu icon on your mobile device, or by clicking the heading at the top of this page.

    August Dates

    August 13 Due date for medication forms, medical action plans and IEP’s (if applicable)
    August 20 Preschool Parent Meeting 6:30 p.m. in Steinhausen Center.
    (At least one parent is asked to attend this important meeting.)
    August 22 Preschool Open House ~ adult & child attend together, choosing either time frame

    8:00 – 9:00 AM OR 12:00 – 1:00 PM
    (allow about 15 minutes for your visit)

    August 23-24 First Days of Preschool

     

    Preparing Your Child for Preschool

    Many parents have asked how to best prepare their child for preschool. Current research is showing the importance of unstructured play (especially outdoor play) in a young child’s development. Every competency
    important to school success is enhanced by play (abstract thought, early literacy, language development, mathematic thinking, perspective taking, social skills and emotional health). Be mindful of overscheduling.

    In addition to the above recommendations, these are some additional things to consider over the summer:

    -- Introducing your child to simple chores

    -- Encouraging self-help skills and turn-taking

    -- Ensuring your child has some experience away from mom & dad

    -- Allowing your child to practice bathroom independence and handwashing

    -- Providing time for your child to experiment with scissors, crayons and glue sticks

    -- Limiting total screen time (television, tablets, video games, phone screens should all be considered)

    -- Allowing some downtime (it’s okay for a child to be “bored”…it promotes creativity & self-regulation)

    -- Developing a simple, calm approach to discipline that works for your family

    -- Catch them being good! We all make mistakes, but we all have our strengths too!

    -- Implementing a bedtime routine (especially in the weeks before the start of school)

    -- Finally, one of the best ways to prepare your child for preschool is one of the easiest – spend some time reading and praying with your child daily!

    Continue to watch the bulletin and this website for new information. Enjoy your summer!

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Contact Information:

Julie Crnkovich, Director
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deidre Henton, Teacher
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone:  402.991.3405

Our building is located on the corner of 5th & Monroe St, just east of the school playground

Preschool News

  • Preschool Handbook & Updated Calendar +

    Our 2018-19 Preschool Handbook is available for parents to review:  2018-2019 Preschool Handbook

    We have also added some details to our preschool calendar:  2018-19 Preschool Calendar

    Read More
  • August News +

    Office Hours

    Beginning Monday, August 6, the preschool office will be open from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Monday - Thursday.  Outside of office hours, please feel free to use the lock box outside the preschool door to return paperwork.  Contact Julie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or check this website for additional information.

    August Newsletter

    Check out our August Newsletter for important information.  A printable copy is available on this site!

    School Supplies & Calendar

    Looking for our school supply list or a copy of our calendar for the upcoming year?  Printable copies can be found by clicking on the menu icon on your mobile device, or by clicking the heading at the top of this page.

    August Dates

    August 13 Due date for medication forms, medical action plans and IEP’s (if applicable)
    August 20 Preschool Parent Meeting 6:30 p.m. in Steinhausen Center.
    (At least one parent is asked to attend this important meeting.)
    August 22 Preschool Open House ~ adult & child attend together, choosing either time frame

    8:00 – 9:00 AM OR 12:00 – 1:00 PM
    (allow about 15 minutes for your visit)

    August 23-24 First Days of Preschool

     

    Preparing Your Child for Preschool

    Many parents have asked how to best prepare their child for preschool. Current research is showing the importance of unstructured play (especially outdoor play) in a young child’s development. Every competency
    important to school success is enhanced by play (abstract thought, early literacy, language development, mathematic thinking, perspective taking, social skills and emotional health). Be mindful of overscheduling.

    In addition to the above recommendations, these are some additional things to consider over the summer:

    -- Introducing your child to simple chores

    -- Encouraging self-help skills and turn-taking

    -- Ensuring your child has some experience away from mom & dad

    -- Allowing your child to practice bathroom independence and handwashing

    -- Providing time for your child to experiment with scissors, crayons and glue sticks

    -- Limiting total screen time (television, tablets, video games, phone screens should all be considered)

    -- Allowing some downtime (it’s okay for a child to be “bored”…it promotes creativity & self-regulation)

    -- Developing a simple, calm approach to discipline that works for your family

    -- Catch them being good! We all make mistakes, but we all have our strengths too!

    -- Implementing a bedtime routine (especially in the weeks before the start of school)

    -- Finally, one of the best ways to prepare your child for preschool is one of the easiest – spend some time reading and praying with your child daily!

    Continue to watch the bulletin and this website for new information. Enjoy your summer!

    Read More
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