FAQs


Q1. What are your hours of operation?
 
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 1:00pm; all classes.

 
Q2. What are the monthly costs to attend?

$110 / 1day / week (Th)
$180 / 2days / week (T/Th)
$230 / 3days / week (M,W,F)
$295 / 5days / week (M - F)


Q3. What are your registration and supply fees? 
 
Our registration fee is $100 for the first child; $75 for each additional child in the same family.
Our supply fee is $30 for the Toddler's class; $40 for 2's through Pre K classes.   
 
 
Q4. At what age can children begin attending Trinity Preschool?

All children must be the age of the class that they are entering on or before August 31.  The only exception is for children enrolled in our Toddler's and Older 2's/Young 3's classes.  Children entering our Toddler's Class must turn one (1) on or before February 15.  Children entering our Older 2's/Young 3's class must turn two on or before March 15.
 
 
Q5. What are your teacher to student ratios?   
 
    Toddler's - 1:3
    All 2's classes - 1:5
    All 3's classes - 1:5
    All Pre K classes - 1:7
    (Kindergarten Readiness)


Q6. Does Trinity Preschool offer full time care?  
 
No, we do not offer full time care.  We are a half day preschool only.  

 
Q7. How many days a week can my child attend? 
 
We offer classes that are held 2 days (T,Th), 3 days (M,W,F) or 5 days (M-F) a week for children ages 3 - 5.  The only exception is for our Toddlers class and our Young 2's and Older 2's classes.  The Toddler's class is held one day/wk on a Thursday;the 2's classes are held on Monday and Friday and an Older 2's class is held on Tuesday and Thursday.  However, a child attending our 2's classes may register to attend both. 


Q8. Do you offer preschool tours? 

Yes!  Tours are available upon request and as time allows.  Historically, December and January are very busy months for us as registration begins in late January.  Please call in advance so that an appropriate time slot can be scheduled.   
 
 
Q9. Do you offer after school care?
At this time, we do not provide an 'extended stay' program.  However, we offer several after-school enrichment programs. 

  • 'Kidokinetics' Fit Kid Preschool Program is held on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 - 1:45pm
  • 'Tiny Tutus' Ballet sessions are typically held on Wednesdays from 1:00 - 1:45pm 
  • 'Snapology' a S.T.E.A.M. based program that engages children using LEGO bricks and K'Nex, is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from 1:00 - 1:45pm.  


Q10. Do you offer supplemental, educational classes?
Chapel is conducted twice a week for all classes; Music and Movement is provided twice a week for all classes; and we also incorporate Spanish and Sign Language in our daily curriculum. 


Q11. Do you provide field trips? 
For the safety and security of the children, our field trips visit us!  We provide field trips for all of our classes from the following:
  • The Fire Department
  • The Police Department
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Eye Doctor
  • A Bakery and/or a Vet Clinic
  • Forest Ranger
  • Museum of Natural Science

Q12. How can families get involved?
Children love having their families take part in their preschool experience.  Families do so in various ways, some examples of which are:
  • volunteering and sharing their talents
  • reading to the class; grandparents play a big role here 
  • providing 'special' goodies for a theme-based treat
  • participating in our special events
    • Fall Fun Days
    • Thanksgiving Friendsgivings
    • Christmas program
    • Easter egg hunt
    • 'Special' day's honoring our moms and dads - 'Muffins with Mom' and 'Donuts with Dad'  

Q13. How does the preschool reach out to the community?
We offer many venues through which our children and their families help the surrounding community.  We...
  • collect food and housing necessities for families in need when needed
  • collect food and gently used clothes for a local ministry, 'With Love From Jesus'
  • collect goodies for shoeboxes for 'Operation Christmas Child' and 'Blanket Bundles' for HIS Radio
  • create care packages, letters and/or pictures for our soldiers overseas

Q14. What are the credentials of the staff?
Our staff is CPR/FA trained, allergy awareness trained and most have degrees in early childhood or have received their early childhood credentials.  All lead teachers must attend continuing education classes yearly.  These classes are highly recommended to our assistant teachers but are not mandatory. 


Q15. What is your curriculum and how do you teach?
The curriculum we use, a creative curriculum, is one that we have developed over time.  We have over 50 years experience amongst our staff in regards to teaching preschoolers.  Our program thrives on hands-on 'Doing'...touching, tasting, seeing, smelling and hearing as we teach 'to' the child!  We incorporate all five senses when teaching through learning centers which has been proven to provide the most memory retention in a child.  We offer a progressive yet challenging age-appropriate curriculum that encourages the well-rounded development of a child's spiritual, social, emotional, physical and mental growth.