August 18, 2017

 

SUNDAY WORSHIPJoin us for worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Children are dismissed to Sunday School at 10:20 a.m. Join us for fellowship after the service in the Rogers Room.

Sunday, August 20 at 10:30 am we will worship in our chapel at Westminster Woods Camp and Conference Center in Meacham. There will be no Services in the First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary on that day.

 

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Presbyterian Preschool


201 SW Dorion Avenue
Pendleton, Oregon, 97801

Contact: Lori Albright Director/Teacher
Phone: (541) 304-5012
Email: pendletonpresbyterianpreschool@gmail.com
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First Presbyterian Church has provided educational space for young children in our community for more than four decades. More than 1,000 three and four year olds have been nurtured and taught over those years as they prepare for Kindergarten and beyond. The Presbyterian Preschool is directed by retired educator, Lori Albright, and follows the calendar of the Pendleton School District.

 

Early Learners
Child must be 3 by September 1 of current school year.

Tuesday & Thursday 9:00—11:30 AM
Monthly Tuition: $95

 

Pre-Kindergarden
Child must be 4 by September 1 of current school year.

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9:00—12:00 Noon
Monthly Tuition: $125

 

Our program addresses the following developmental areas:
Social-Emotional Skills
 Adjust to new situations
 Develop appropriate trust in adults
 Recognize own feelings and manage them appropriately
 Stand up for rights
 Demonstrate self-direction and independence
 Take responsibility for own well-being
 Respect and care for classroom environment and materials
 Follow classroom rules and routines
 Play well with other children
 Recognize the feelings of others and respond appropriately
 Share and respect the rights of others
 Use thinking skills to resolve conflicts

Gross Motor Skills
 Demonstrate basic locomotor skills (running, jumping, hopping, galloping)
 Climb up and down

Fine Motor Skills
 Control small muscles in hands
 Coordinate eye-hand movement
 Use tools for writing and drawing Cognitive Skills
 Show persistence in approaching tasks
 Classify objects
 Compare and measure
 Recognize patterns and repeat them
 Use numbers and counting
 Take on pretend roles and situations and make believe with objects
 Make and interpret representations

Language Skills
 Hear and discriminate the sounds of language
 Express self using words and expanded sentences
 Understand and follow oral directions
 Ask and answer questions
 Actively participate in conversations
 Enjoy and value reading
 Demonstrate knowledge of the alphabet
 Use emerging reading skills to make meaning from print
 Understand the purpose of writing
 Write letters and words

 

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