Blessed Beginnings has open enrollment which begins in February. Due to the limited class size, enrollment will be on a first come, first serve basis. Fees are non-refundable and include a $100 enrollment fee and $50 curriculum fee. Children must turn two years of age before September 1st to enroll. An Enrollment Form, Fees, and Tuition Agreement Form must be turned in at the time of enrollment.
For more information please call (405)692-4242 ext. 121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPCOMING ENROLLMENT DATES FOR 2023-2024:
FEBRUARY 7TH & 8TH
CURRENT STUDENT ENROLLMENT
SIGN UP SUNDAY
JOIN US AT OUT 9:00 A.M. CHURCH SERVICE
Tuition for Blessed Beginnings is based on a yearly tuition amount that can be paid in full or divided into nine equal payments (September-May).
2023-2024 Tuition Rates
Three day program - $340/month
Two day program - $265/month
One day program - $175/month
Daily Activities and Curriculum
Each day children will participate in a variety of teacher planned and child initiated activities. The curriculum is theme-based and includes: art, math, science, letters, numbers, shapes, role-playing, Bible knowledge, health and safety, outdoor play, reading, and crafts.
We also enjoy celebrating many theme days at school including: Hat Day, School Spirit Day, Beach Day, Mismatch Day, Spaghetti Day, Pajama Day, Pumpkin Day, Dentist Day, Crazy Hair Day, Fire Safety Day, Pancake Day, Grocery Store Days, Bistro Days, Jesus' Birthday, Thanksgiving Feast, Valentine Exchange, Spring Party, and Doctor's Office Days.
Our teachers are all CPR and First Aid certified and have undergone background checks. Our teachers have been trained in: AG in the classroom, American Sign Language, Handwriting without Tears, Science Education, Arts & Crafts for Preschoolers, Sensory Table Integration, Health & Safety, Classroom Management, Gesell Training and Staff Development Education.
Blessed Beginnings has two scheduled parent/teacher conferences during the school year. However, teachers are always available to discuss progress and concerns.