Yoga Program

Yoga Program

Greetings First Presbyterian Parents! My name is Leah Roberts and I’ve had the pleasure of instructing your children’s yoga practice this year. As the school year closes, I’d like to provide you some information about the yoga we did this year and some ways you can...
Art Show is Upon Us!

Art Show is Upon Us!

Dear First Pres Families, Our teachers, children and Art Show committee are hard at work on preparing and collaborating for our annual Art Show fundraiser on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at the International Museum of Art. Your child’s artwork will be professionally...
Teaching Children Gratitude

Teaching Children Gratitude

There is strong research that being able to recognize and express feelings of gratitude is incredibly important for all of us. In fact, being grateful can lead to improved health and more happiness. Adults who are adept at practicing gratitude also enjoy stronger...
How Can My Child Have A Successful Educational Foundation?

How Can My Child Have A Successful Educational Foundation?

As parents, we always want what is best for our children. Our approach to supporting parents is based on the belief that parents are the true experts on their children, and that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to raising children. The Reggio Emilia...
A Day in the Life of Ms. Sandoval

A Day in the Life of Ms. Sandoval

Hi,   I’m Lila Sandoval, a teacher at First Presbyterian Preschool. In our last email, my colleague Ms. Charlene shared what a typical day in her classroom is like. Today, I’d like to tell you about a typical day in the life of one of the teachers here at First...
A Day in the Life in Ms. Charlene’s Pre-K Class

A Day in the Life in Ms. Charlene’s Pre-K Class

I’m Ms. Charlene, one of the teachers here at First Presbyterian Preschool. Today I’d like to tell you a little bit about what a typical day looks like in my pre-kindergarten classroom. At First Presbyterian Preschool, children are viewed as being capable and...