Lake Tapps Christian Preschool opening new campus | Pierce County

The Lake Tapps Christian Preschool will be opening a Prairie Ridge campus this Fall at the Prairie Ridge Community Service Center. Classes start on Sept. 29.

The Lake Tapps Christian Preschool will be opening a Prairie Ridge campus this Fall at the Prairie Ridge Community Service Center. Classes start on Sept. 29.

There will be an Open House event on Tuesday, August 26th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Prairie Ridge Community Service Center.

This preschool is unique in that it will be one multi-age classroom, open to 3 -5 year old for families who live within the boundaries of the Prairie Ridge Home Owners Association.  A strong parent component will be part of the program.  Registration will be by sessions (fall, winter, & spring) or for the full year. Classes will be held 3 days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 – 3 pm.  Fees top out at $80 / month and are on a sliding scale from there, based much on the school district’s free and reduced lunch program scale. Space is limited to 16 children.

The summer preschool camp that Lake Tapps Christian Preschool did was well received and truly identified a gap in services in the community.  The program includes school readiness, self-help and social skills.  Lake Tapps Christian Preschool’s Prairie Ridge Campus will provide quality early childhood education and family support.

For more information, call 253-350-4637 or e-mail Laurie@LTCC.org.

There is a facebook page and more information and registration forms on the website.

 


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