Our Summer Fun program includes spiritual empowerment, creative expression, language arts, writing, linguistic diversity, scientific discoveries, social development, predictions, measurements and data, tangible math concepts, nutritional expeditions, physical development, artistic inspiration, dance, theater, music appreciation, Picasso workshops for blossoming artists, pottery, sculpture, construction, special guests and visitors and water play.
The RCF Summer Program consist of themed weeks dedicating each week to a Nevada Pre K Standard domain. The teachers are also able to formulate thematic enhancement through the children’s interests. This is an excellent opportunity to incorporate the Pre K Standards into something the children are interested in. Our goal is for your child to learn in comfortable spiritual surroundings and have a positive educational experiences.
We ask that you bring heathy snacks and a healthy lunch daily. Sunscreen needs to be applied before coming to school and a complete change of clothes needs to be in your child’s backpack.
Our active learning summer program is open to 3 – 8 year olds. The hours of operation are from 8:30 am – 4:00pm Transportation is not provided so the community comes to us instead of the preschool children participating in outside field trips. Click here for cost information
(Flip flop shoes should not be worn at school for safety reasons.)
RCF’s summer program consists of fun summer themed weeks.
8:30am – 12:45pm or 8:30-4:00pm.
Our active learning program is open all summer to children ages 3-8 yrs.
For staffing reasons you are financially committed to the weeks you sign up for. You may add additional weeks at a later date. We also ask that you bring your child’s snack and lunch daily.
There will be special guests, in house visits, Performing Arts, and Creative Art Weeks.
June 13th–17th VBS – Spiritual Empowerment for Children
June 20th-24th Literacy Quest – Visit from Cat in the Hat, creative expression, language arts, language diversity, writing classroom stories
June 27th–July 1st Scientific Discoveries & Inquiries – physical, life & prehistoric science
July 4th–8th Count on it / Measurement & Data – family/friend mile walk @ Crystal Lake or Comstock Park
July 11th–15th Healthy Way to Grow – nutritional expedition, farmers market
July 18th–22nd Physical Development – on the move, Olympic Games 2015, balance, muscle strength, dexterity, coordination
July 25th–29th Performing Arts / Artistic Inspiration – dance, theatre & music
Aug. 1st–5th Creative Arts / Picasso Workshop – for blossoming artists, pottery, sculpture, construction
Aug. 8th First day of school