Preschool Education

Registration for 2021-2022 School Year Begins
April 14th: Returning Students
April 16th: New Students

PRESCHOOL BROCHURE 2021–22 (PDF)

PRESCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR 2021–22 (PDF)

Preschool Concepts Overview 2021–22 (PDF)

Meet the Federal Way Community Center Preschool Teachers!

Ms. Analis
This will be Ms. Analis’s fourth year teaching preschool education at the FWCC. She has worked with early childhood and elementary kids for the past 7 years. Her loving and gently nature helps to calm students and encourage learning and growth.

 

 

 

 

Ms. Arianna
This will be Ms. Arianna’s third year teaching preschool education at the FWCC. She has worked with early childhood and elementary kids for the past 6 years. Her enthusiasm and passion for learning is infectious and students gravitate towards her vibrant energy.

 

 

 

 

Kimberly Ledyard, Community Recreation Coordinator
Kim.Ledyard@cityoffederalway.com
253-835-6934

Alphabets:

Children will learn the alphabet while exploring their senses through craft and play. Children will build key social skills among peers and begin their preschool experience in a low stress environment. Children will be introduced to a classroom routine and begin to build listening stamina. This is a parent participation class.

Ed 1:

Children will begin working on discovering independence in our first parent drop off class. Children will be working on the alphabet, counting to 10, identifying and tracing their name, working on developing key fine motor skills and working on key social skills through play based learning. This is a parent drop off class. Children must be potty trained for this class.

Ed 2:

Children will begin writing their names independently, learn capital and lower case alphabet letters with a focus on letter sounds learn to count to 20, continue practicing key fine motor skills and practice problem solving with peers. This is a parent drop off class. Children must be potty trained.

Ed 3:

This is our Pre K class. Children will follow a routine similar to that of a kindergarten classroom, be exposed to sight words, solidify their knowledge of the alphabet, focus on writing first name with a capital and lowercase letters, continue to work on developing key fine motor skills, identifying and writing numbers, classify shapes and sort colors.