Madison Consolidated Preschool



Overview

The Madison Consolidated Preschool strives to create a safe, nurturing, educational, and developmentally appropriate learning environment that meets the individual needs of our students. Students at the preschool learn through play in a developmentally appropriate and inclusive learning environments while developing school readiness skills.

The teachers at our preschool implement the Creative Curriculum for Preschool in their classrooms to teach social skills, math and reading readiness skills, science and social studies concepts, and health and nutritional practices. The curriculum balances both teacher ­directed and child ­initiated learning, with an emphasis on responding to children's learning styles and building on their strengths and interests. We also implement Everyday Mathematics PreK and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) instruction at the preschool in order to align our curriculum with district programming.

Our staff views education as a partnership between the students, parents, and teachers. We believe it is essential to develop a good rapport with our families based on open communication and mutual respect. This is the foundation of a successful school experience. Through this partnership, students will learn to self ­monitor and manage their own behaviors in a variety of situations that will allow them to make decisions, solve problems, and demonstrate positive social interactions with their peers. It is our sincere hope that each child will develop a positive outlook towards school, build strong and lasting friendships, gain an appreciation of the World around them, and acquire a lifelong love of learning!

Mission Statement
Our mission is to educate all children to reach their potential by providing our students with a high-quality early childhood experience. We strive to create a safe, nurturing, educational, and developmentally appropriate learning environment through a partnership with our students, families, and community.

Summer Program
Our summer program is for students ages 3-­5 and consists of educational and fun learning activities. There is a $50 registration fee at the time of enrollment. The weekly fee for full day care is $115/week and care is available from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This fee includes morning and afternoon snacks and lunch.

Preschool Program
Preschool classes are held Monday­-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for a fee of $65/week. This fee includes a morning snack. Students in the Preschool Program may arrive anytime after 7:30 a.m. An earlier drop off time is available for an additional fee. We also have a full­ day option.  This option includes preschool instruction and offers drop-off beginning at 6:30 a.m. ­with pick-up by 5:30 p.m. for a fee of $115/week. This fee includes a morning & afternoon snack and lunch. All programs have a $50 registration fee at the time of enrollment.

Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Vouchers
We accept CCDF vouchers. Families can apply for assistance at River Valley Resources.  Please contact River Valley Resources using the link at the bottom of the page to determine eligibility for partial or full tuition assistance.

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Preschool Information



Resources:
River Valley Resources http://www.rivervalleyresources.com (CCDF Vouchers)
Indiana Association for Child Care Resource and Referral (IACCRR) http://www.iaccrr.org
Family and Social Services Administration http://www.in.gov/fssa
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) http://www.naeyc.org
Clearinghouse http://www.clearinghouseproject.org
Indiana Department of Education http://www.doe.in.gov
Indiana‚Äôs Early Learning Foundations: http://www.doe.in.gov/sites/default/files/earlylearning/foundations­-2015­august­12.pdf
Ohio Valley Opportunities (OVO) http://www.ovoinc.org
OVO Headstart http://www.ovoinc.org/head­start
First Steps http://www.firststepssoutheast.org
One Community One Family http://www.onecommunityonefamily.org

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