Our preschool’s strong academic curriculum is supported and enhanced by a variety of additional elements that are unique to our program
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Home Visits

In late summer— before the school year begins—our preschool teachers visit each child’s home. This visit provides a wonderful opportunity for children to meet their new teachers in a familiar setting, and allows the teachers to get better acquainted with their new students and parents before classes begin.


Moms’ Potluck Dinners

In October, preschool moms are invited to a potluck gathering at one of the teacher’s homes. These casual get-togethers provide a relaxed opportunity for the mothers to get to know their children’s teachers and each other.


Holiday Workshop

In December, our Preschool Committee hosts a festive Saturday morning event for kids to bring dad, grandpa or a special someone to help make a special Christmas gift for Mom.



Families and friends are invited to several musical concerts throughout the school year. Our final Sing-Along is held in conjunction with our Annual Art Fair.


Nurse Jean

We are blessed with the educational opportunities and insights shared by our on-site Faith Community Nurse, Jean Larson.  Jean is often seen in our classrooms educating our students on the importance of washing hands, taking care of their health, and staying strong and active.


Field Trips

The preschool takes full advantage of the many learning opportunities outside of a typical classroom setting offered by our community.  If you are driving through Western Springs, you are likely to find a group of our students visiting the local bank, Post Office, fruit store, library, and fire station.  In addition, children delight in their trips to Fullersburg Woods, the pumpkin stand, Brookfield Zoo, and other places of interest.