The Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic School Little Saints Preschool program will touch the heart, mind and spirit of your child. We believe that we are responsible for helping each child grow to become life long learners. While nurturing the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and social development of the students in our care, we are called to foster each child's dignity, uniqueness and self-worth through learning centered on Catholic faith and virtues.

Program Goals
Our program is designed to enhance physical, social and emotional development, while awakening intellectual curiosity and nourishing spiritual growth. Program activities are created to provide a wholesome virtue-oriented foundation for the successful future school life of your child.
Specific goals are:
-provide your child with a Christian learning experience that will be stimulated through creative play experience;
-foster spiritual development through storytelling, singing, and prayer at snack time and throughout the day;
-cultivate the child's own natural desire to learn;
-help the child develop respect for himself and others;
-help the child develop respect and responsibility toward school materials and the environment;
-foster social interaction skills between children and adults in a structured program.

Daily Activities
The typical day for your preschooler will include a variety of activities such as:

Circle time - group activities including songs, finger plays, sharing time with friends, stories, and calendar activities;
Free play/Art - classroom play with a variety of learning centers and materials to encourage the development of creativity and imagination;
Large motor/P.E. - designed to develop large motor skills;
Snack time - nutritious snacks are parent provided to share daily while encouraging social interaction;
Small group time - designed activities to help students develop individual skills;
Computer Education - 4-year-old 5-day program, computer instruction with certified staff.

Our preschool teacher is Mrs. Suzy Mitchinson,