Welcome to Temple Shalom Preschool!

A Day Filled With Play, Learning and Friendship

A Social Skills Based, Kindergarten Readiness Program with over a 40 year reputation of excellence!

No Religious Affiliation

74 Bradman Street

Auburn, ME 04210

(Take a right off of Center St at Georges Pizza/Next to Kmart)

(207) 786-4201

Director/Lead Teacher: Ginna Caldwell
Assistant Teacher: Tracey Miller

Calls to the teachers after 12:00 need to be made to 786-4202.

8-1 Student Teacher Ratio


~ Music

~ Art

~ Nutritious Snacks/Organic when possible

~ Focus on social skills

~ Activities that teach through play

~ Monthly Field Trips

~ Development of friendly and cooperative peer interaction

~ School readiness

~ Sign language

~ Circle Time/Story Time

~ Outdoor Play

~ Kid-friendly, sunny classroom; well-equipped playground; dedicated Art room for       painting, woodworking and endless creativity!
~ Exciting early childhood program which includes field trips & classroom visitors, songs, finger-plays, .... and much more!


Play is such an important part of a child's development. We utilize meaningful and active play in our curriculum. Our social-based preschool uses play to advance a child's emotional, cognitive and social development.

Children learn through various play activities that help prepare them for the academics to come. We also focus on letters, numbers, large and fine motor skills and kindergarten preparation.



Hours:

2, 3 or 5 day options

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Extended Hours Available Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Children must be 3 years old by Oct 15th to attend M/W/F program

Children must be 3 years old by Jan 1st to attend T/Th program

All children must be potty-trained to attend Nursery School


Please take a look at our site to learn about us!

Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Temple-Shalom-Preschool/355162184520283  

                                  Our Classroom Rights


I have a right to be happy and to be

Treated with compassion in this room;

This means that no one

will laugh at me or

hurt my feelings.

 

I have a right to be myself in this room;

This means that no one will

Treat me unfairly because of my skin color,

Or because I am fat or thin, tall or short, a boy or girl,

Or because of the way I look.

 

I have a right to be safe in this room;

This means that no one will

Hit me, kick me, push me, pinch me, or hurt me.

I have a right to hear and

Be heard in this room;

This means that no one will yell, scream, shout, or make loud noises.

 

I have a right to learn about myself in this room;

This means that I will be free

To express my feelings and opinions without being

Interrupted or punished.

 

I have a right to learn according to my own ability;

This means no one will call me names because

 of the way I learn.