ABOUT THE EARLY LEARNING CENTER
Balance with Excellence
Choosing a preschool program can be a daunting process for a parent. With the increasing demands on today's kindergarteners, many parents are concerned about equipping their child to handle the academic, social, and emotional requirements of a formal education; however, parents also just want to know that their children are safe, treasured, and loved. And for Christian parents, it is important that children are taught to pursue a relationship with their Heavenly Father. Sometimes parents feel as though a program can only excel in one of these domains, so they have to sacrifice in one area to gain in another.
We believe a program needs to be many different things because children are multifaceted and complex, not one dimensional. At Life Community ELC, our goal is to minister to the whole child.
The mission of Life Community Early Learning Center is to foster social, emotional, academic, and spiritual growth, preparing children for school and a lifetime of learning while teaching them that God loves them and wants a relationship with them.
Striving for total excellence is a constant balancing act, but our children deserve nothing less.
Days and Times
We follow the Williamson County Schools calendar for holidays, delays, and inservice days. Our calendar can be found here. The Early Learning Center operates on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:00AM – 11:55AM.
Two-year-olds attend two days per week: Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday
Three-year-olds attend three days per week: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Four-year-olds attend four days per week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
*Class placement is based on the age the student will be on August 15,2018.
At LCELC our teachers will use Handwriting Without Tears and a custom Bible curriculum centered on the Jesus Storybook Bible. Additionally, our classrooms will be designed around learning centers that will give students maximum opportunities to engage in meaningful play. Children will have an opportunity to work both cooperatively and independently while exercising fine and gross motor skills, participating in role play, engaging in real-life problem-solving, practicing early literacy skills, and more. We will also have a music program that will integrate Bible and classroom content with age-appropriate music curriculum.
If you have specific questions about our curriculum or the school's teaching philosophy, please email our director, Melissa Riggs, or set up a tour of our facility.