PRESCHOOL PROGRAM - 2022-2023 School Year
The Parks and Recreation Department offers an early childhood education program which operates during the school year.
The "Tiny Tots" program is for 3 and 4 year olds. The learning objectives of the program include: identifying shapes and colors, reciting and being able to write the alphabet and numbers 1-20, and being able to write their name and address and parent's phone number. To achieve these objectives, children will be involved in the following activities: crafts, coloring, painting, worksheets, games, songs, and constructive play and physical activity. The Tiny Tots program leader is Lori Reeves.
Meet the Instructor & Open House
Mrs. Reeves will be available Thursday, March 31st from 11:30am-12:00pm to meet with anyone who would like to view the classroom and discuss the program.
Register now for the 2022-2023 Tiny Tots program. Enrollment will conclude once the program reaches capacity. Maximum enrollment for the program is 8 participants with a minimum enrollment of 6 participants by April 15th. If we do not reach 6 participants by April 15th, parents will be notified.
Registration Form and Fees
Registration must be done in person at the Civic Center. A non-refundable deposit representing the first week's fee must be paid at the time of enrollment. The deposit will be applied towards your first week's payment. The Tiny Tot program's weekly fees are listed below. Parents should download and complete the registration form and ACH form below as part of the registration process.
|Tiny Tots (T/TH)||3 & 4 Yr. Olds||$18/week||$23/week|
Tiny Tots will begin on Tuesday, September 6th.
Each child will need to bring a box of crayons, facial tissue, and three large glue sticks at the beginning of the school year. Please label these items with the participant's name. Storage units will be provided. No toys are to be brought from home except on show and tell days.
Show and Tell
Tiny Tots show and tell will be on Thursdays.
The program leader will send a snack calendar home the first week of class. Subsequent snack calendars will be sent home as necessary. It is the parent's responsibility to send a healthy snack that has one of the food pyramid requirements for the entire class on their child's assigned day. If you are unable to bring a snack on your assigned day please inform the program leader as soon as possible.
Our health policy requires the exclusion of any child who has an illness that includes a fever and/or communicable condition such as diarrhea, ringworm, impetigo, head lice, pink eye, and scabies. We would greatly appreciate your cooperation concerning these conditions. If your child will not be attending class, please call and inform the program leader.
In case of inclement weather, the following class cancellation policy will be observed: The Parks and Recreation Department will close preschool if the Wahoo Public Schools are closed or if they have a late start due to inclement weather. These announcements are made available on local TV stations.
Discipline/Suspension of Care
Inappropriate student behavior or conduct will result in a 'time out' per child's age. If misbehavior continues to occur on a regular or frequent basis, the student's parents, Mrs. Reeves, and Recreation Superintendent will meet to discuss an appropriate plan to remedy the behavior issue. If necessary, the student may be suspended or terminated from the program.
Check In/Out Procedures
Anyone picking up a participant must present a photo ID and be listed on the participant's record as an individual who is authorized to pick up the child.
Contact Lori Reeves at (402) 443-4174 (Civic Center) or (402) 875-3393. If you have any concerns with the program, contact Bob Schmidt at (402) 443-4174 and/or City of Wahoo staff at (402) 443-3222.