The Future Begins Here!

At Earl Bradsher Preschool Center, we are committed to working together to ensure high quality preschool programs to serve the needs of all children. The focus of our programs is to promote developmentally appropriate learning through love, respect, diversity, self-esteem, and equality in order to prepare children for Kindergarten and beyond.

We accomplish our vision through cooperation among trained staff, children, families, and community agencies in a safe, nurturing environment, which provides individualized learning and encourages family involvement.

Research confirms that children learn best in a safe, creative, healthy, and friendly learning environment; an environment that has the full support and participation of staff, parents, family members, and volunteers.  Your ideas, suggestions, volunteer services, and other contributions are greatly appreciated. We look forward to working with your child and your entire family.  Welcome to our Earl Bradsher Preschool Family!

2017-18 Preschool Applications may be picked up at Earl Bradsher Preschool in the front office.

Applications WILL NOT be accepted WITHOUT the following
1. Your Child's CERTIFIED Birth Certificate
2. Income Verification: W2 and Tax Return forms preferred, pay check stubs, letter from employer, Work First, SSI, Child Support
3. Insurance Card: Medicaid or Private Insurance
4. Guardian Papers (If Applicable)

Criteria for Consideration
*Family Income
*Educational Needs
*3 or 4 years old on or before August 31, 2017
*10% of enrollment to children with disabilities

For more information, contact Treco Lea-Jeffers at 599-7585 ext. 23101

Letterland Folk
Letterland is a unique, phonics-based approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling to 3-8 year olds. The Letterland characters transform plain black letter shapes into child-friendly pictograms and they all live in an imaginary place called Letterland.

Simple stories about the Letterland characters, explain the full range of dry phonics facts so that children are motivated to listen, to think and to learn. These stories explain letter sounds & shapes, allowing children to progress quickly to word building, reading and writing.  

Each of our classrooms use the Letterland characters to teach the alphabet and letter sounds.  Please use the above poster at home with your child to help enforce and enhance what they are learning at school!

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Open House will be held Friday, September 2, 2016.
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