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Welcome to His House!

Thank you for your interest in His House Preschool and Learning Center! We are pleased to serve you and your family. Our entire staff is committed to promoting your child’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development in a Christ-centered environment where each child is guided in growth through age-appropriate activities. His House is state licensed and a Better Beginnings 3 star program.

For more information, contact His House Preschool at 479-636-7165 or by email
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Programs Offered

School Year Program

His House school year program is a Christ-centered environment committed to your child’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development. The school year program is for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. 

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  Our school year program follows the Rogers Public School calendar with a few exceptions.
  
              2017-2018 School Year Registration Packet
Parent Handbook
 
 

  Summer Program

  His House summer program is a creative, fun-filled learning experience for children 6 weeks to
   6 years of age. The summer program is offered three days a week for 2 sessions of four weeks each
   June through August.
Summer Program Handbook

 

UPCOMING EVENTS
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May 1st through May 5th
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PRESCHOOL GRADUATION
MAY 23rd
2 PM
RECEPTION FOLLOWING
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2017 – 2018 Calendar
Summer Program Session One Begins  Tuesday June 6th 
Summer Program Session One Ends Thursday June 29th 
Summer Program Session Two Begins Tuesday July 11th 
Summer Program Session Two Ends Thursday August 3
Meet-the-Teacher & Parent Orientation Wednesday & Thursday August 16th & 17th   10:00am
First Day  of School Fall Session Begins Monday August 21st 
Labor  Day School Closed Monday September 4th 
Professional Development No School/Staff Only Friday & Monday October 20th  October 23rd 
Parent-Teacher  Conferences Parents & Teachers Monday-Friday October 2nd-6th 
His House Trunk or Treat Monday & Tuesday October 30th & 31st  1:15pm
Pre-K 4 & Bridge Thanksgiving Program Wednesday November 15th  10:30am 
Thanksgiving  Break School Closed Monday-Friday November 20th-24th  
His House  Christmas Program Wednesday No Extended Care
December 20th  2:00pm Christmas  Break
School Closed Thursday-Wednesday December 21st-January 3rd 
First Day  of School 2018 Spring Session Begins Thursday January 4th 
Professional Development No School/Staff Only Monday January 15th 
Valentine  Party Wednesday & Thursday February 14th & 15th  1:15pm
Professional Development No School/Staff Only Monday February 19th 
Parent-Teacher  Conferences Parents & Teachers Monday-Friday February 12th-16th 
Spring  Break No School Monday-Friday March 19th-23rd 
Good  Friday No School Friday March 30th  
Preschool  Graduation Pre-K 4 & Bridge Students  & Families Wednesday May 23 2:00pm
Last Day  of School  Students & Teachers Friday May 25th  
 
 
 
 

Contact

(479) 636-7165

Arrival and Departure Times

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Standard Care/Preschool Hours

Monday through Friday: 8:00am to 2:00pm

Children should arrive

between 7:50am to 8:00am as classroom activities will begin promptly at 8:00am.

Children should be picked up from 1:50pm to 2:00pm. Accounts may be assessed a $1 late pickup fee per minute for pick-up times beyond 2:00pm.

Extended Care Hours

Monday through Friday: 7:15am to 4:00pm

For parents requiring earlier drop-off and later pick-up times. Accounts may be assessed a
$1 late pickup fee per minute for pick-up times beyond 4:00pm.

Ages

Infants through 5 years old.

For our school year program,

A child may enter a Pre-K program for children three years of age, if the child will attain three on or before August 1st.

A child may enter a Pre-K program for children four years of age, if the child will attain four before August 1st.

Curriculum

The learning curriculum at His House meets all state standards and builds a strong foundation for a child’s early years inspiring a love for learning. Children learn through play, interaction and instruction. We encourage learning by providing an environment that promote higher order thinking skills and creativity.

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His House students have many opportunities to learn through dramatic play, creative centers and much more. We also provide creative art, music appreciation, singing, hand instruments and recreation. Above all, His House provides children and their families education devoted to safety, health and spiritual well-being. As a part of this process, we aspire to build each child’s confidence, self-esteem, academic curiosity and belief in God’s love for them.

His House Curriculum Handbook

Meals

All children should bring a lunch from home which follow the U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines.

USDA Meal Patterns

To Register

Contact the His House office for availability of placement. There could be a waiting list.
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Please return all completed registration forms with non-refundable registration fee to:
 
His House

4911 W. Pleasant Grove Rd.

Rogers, AR 72758

479-636-7165
 
 
 

Upon registration, we will need a copy of your child’s birth certificate and up-to-date immunizations.

Immunization Requirements

 
Registration/Curriculum Fee (Non-Refundable)
 
Current Families:          $100
New Families:                $200
Waiting List:                    $50
 
Parent Handbook Download
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INFANT CLASSROOM

Designed with a ratio of 10 children to 2 teachers and a part-time teacher assistant, our infant classroom is for children aged 6 weeks to 18 months. Baby’s first year is an exciting time with lots of exploration and discovery. Engaging infants in interactive experiences that involve sensory, motor, and social explorations build brain connections. Children are actively engaged and stimulated through social interactions- talking, playing, moving, singing, reading, and signing. Activities are integrated across all domains of infant development- physical, emotional, social, and cognitive. They will participate in activities that encourage their emerging motor development, language and communication development, and social development. They also help to develop a wide variety of skills including- language acquisition, sense of self, sensory awareness, motor skills, visual tracking, self-help skills, and much more. Most of all, they will be cared for in a loving, safe environment where they are given every opportunity to thrive.
 

TODDLER CLASSROOM

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Designed with a ratio of 10 children to 2 teachers and a part-time teacher assistant, our toddler classroom is for children aged 18 months to 24 months. The children in this classroom learn manners, how to work with others, and basic communication and language skills. Our toddlers learn through active play, manipulation, and exploration of the world around them. Teachers provide authentic materials and active, hands-on learning experiences creating secure connections and motivating exploration. The activities are integrated throughout the domains of toddler development- physical, emotional, social, and cognitive. This classroom follows a predictable schedule, which allows room for flexibility, but provides the children with structure throughout their day.
 

TWO YEAR OLD CLASSROOM

Designed with a ratio of 12 children to 2 teachers, our two year old classroom is for children who have reached 24 months on or before August 1. This class focuses on the development of motor, social, communication, and cognitive skills. The children participate in activities that encourage participation in every major area of learning- personal and social development, letter and number recognition, and motor skills development. Authentic learning experiences are provided throughout the day to encourage children’s creativity and engage them in activities that help them learn shapes, colors, numbers, and letters, as well as manners and Bible truths. The children learn through the use of ideas, games, songs, and activities within learning centers, whole group, small group, and one-on-one instruction. Our goal is to instill a love of learning at an early age.
 

PRE-K 3 CLASSROOM

Designed with a ratio of 12 children to 2 teachers, this class is the beginning of our Pre- Kindergarten program. This class is for children who have turned 3 on or before August 1. In our Pre-K 3 classroom, children are engaged in authentic learning experience through large group, small group, and one-on-one instruction and interaction. Early handwriting skills and age-appropriate phonemic awareness activities are taught through songs, visuals, and hands- on experiences to keep your child engaged in their learning. Key concepts are solidified using math manipulatives, science experiments, and periodic review. Activities focus on letter and number recognition, science, social studies, and math concepts, and aid in social, cognitive, and language development. Teachers assess the childre
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n throughout the day to document their learning throughout different activities within learning centers and other instructional times. The children follow a schedule that provides them with routine and structure throughout the day. Potty training is required upon entry to our Pre-K 3 program.

 

 

PRE-K 4 CLASSROOM

Designed with a ratio of 15 children to 2 teachers, our 4 year old Pre-Kindergarten program is for children who have turned 4 years of age on or before August 1 and will be entering kindergarten the following school year. Our Pre-K 4 classrooms follow a schedule that is very similar to what they will encounter in a kindergarten classroom, so that we can best prepare them to make the transition the following year. Children will participate in activities that promote kindergarten readiness skills. They will learn through many different authentic experiences within large group, small group, and one-on-one instruction. Pre-K 4 students will participate in hands-on activities within learning centers, while teachers guide their learning in each of the domains of learning- social and emotional development, creative and aesthetic learning, cognitive and intellectual learning, physical development, and language. Children will be assessed throughout the day and teachers will document their learning to use for planning activities and learning experiences for the children. When a child completes our Pre-K 4 program, they should be ready to make that transition into kindergarten.
 

BRIDGE CLASSROOM

Designed with a ratio of 12 children to 2 teachers, our Bridge Program is available to children who have turned five years of age by December 1 and will be entering kindergarten the following school year.  Our Bridge Class uses an adapted kindergarten curriculum that promotes literacy, math, language, and social skills.  The structure of this classroom models the daily activities that a child will experience in kindergarten.  Children are given opportunities to learn through large and small group activities, as well as opportunities for one-on-one instruction with the classroom teachers.  All children will be regularly assessed to monitor progress towards achieving educational goals. 

 

 

 

Amy Horn
Amy Horn
Director
 
 
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Magaly Almaraz
 
 
 
Amber Bahr
Amber Bahr
 
 
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Heather Bradford
 

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Scarlett Clawson

 
Monica Edwards
 
Savannah Eldridge
 
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Kylie Ford
 
Emily Gavin
Emily Gavin
 

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Jennifer Gomez
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Holli Klotz
Holli Klotz
Assistant Director
 
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Arlisa Good
 
 
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 Gracia Harrington
 
 
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Alec Harrison
 
Rebecca Hurban
Rebecca Hurban
 
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Portia Jacobs
 
Tabitha Kedigh
Tabitha Kedigh
 
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Ginger Larson
 
 
Chelsea McMath

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Marsha Leingang
Assistant Director
 
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Tina McQueen
 
 
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Emily Mahan
 
 
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Valarie Sappington
 
Alyssa Sims
 
Ashley Stevenson
Ashley Stevenson
 
Patience Taylor
Patience Taylor
 
 
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Karina Trujillo