2013 VPK Registrations Dates & Places- Click here!
VPK begins August 20, 2013
8:30 to 11:30 am– FREE
Additional pick-up times available at discounted rates.
Schedule a tour or call for more info 321-729-6858
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) is a five day program, free for children who will be age four (4 ) by September 1, 2012 and will be entering Kindergarten in the fall 2013. First step is to enroll with the Early Learning Coalition for your voucher. For info on how to register click here. Once you have your voucher, you can register for our program.
There are many reasons to choose SCEIC. We have a low student to teacher ratio. Our VPK program has at least 2 teachers in each class, 3 in most. That means each student will receive the individualized attention they need to succeed. We follow the Early Learning Developmental Standards for four-year olds. Our high quality program is designed to ensure your child has the social, emotional, and educational skills they need to succeed in elementary school. Our wrap-around care provides flexibility to families with two pick-up times available.
Weekly your child will learn:
Language, Communication and Emergent Reading: listening, understanding, vocabulary, sentence and structure, conversation, emergent reading, phonological awareness, letter recognition
Emergent Writing: scribbles/ writing, letters, shapes, their name, labeling, note taking, fine motor coordination
Mathematical Thinking: number operations, patterns, geometry, spatial relations, measurement
Science: investigation, inquiry, growth and change, earth and space, environmental awareness
Social studies: similarities and differences in people, understanding of group rules in the class and community, asking permission
Creative Expression through the Arts: Visual arts, music, movement and dance, dramatic play
Our inclusive classrooms provide strong models of communication including alternate methods such as sign language, visual strategies, assistive technology and therapies to assist special needs children be successful in school. Role model students learn to be leaders and role models while gaining a realistic view of people with disabilities.
Our hours of operation are M-F, 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. 7:00 am drop off is available if needed.