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Piedmont Inclusive Preschool

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Now Enrolling Preschoolers for the 2024-2025 School Year!

Where: Havens Elementary School

Who: For Children of Piedmont Residents who are not yet TK-age eligible and children of staff members. Eligible birthdates: 6/3/2020 to 8/12/2021 (3 years to 4 years 2 months). Must be potty-trained by first day of school 8/12/2024. Must be a resident of Piedmont or a staff member of PUSD. Must be fully vaccinated for age.

When: PIP follows the 2024-2025 PUSD School Year Calendar and meets four mornings per week, Mondays-Thursdays 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Cost: $800 per month (billed over 10 months, August through May)   Total Cost = $8,000 per child per year

PUSD is thrilled to be expanding its esteemed Early Intervention Preschool Program at Havens by offering children who reside in Piedmont (who do not meet TK-age eligibility) an opportunity to attend PUSD as a preschooler.  The PUSD Early Intervention Preschool program has supported the community’s youngest learners with disabilities since 2014 and is now enrolling a limited number of general education preschool-age students to create an inclusive classroom.

Benefits of attending an inclusive preschool:

  • Excellent adult to student ratios (1:4)

  • Exceptionally qualified and trained staff and specialists in the classroom

  • Through meaningful interactions and shared experiences, children will learn the value of acceptance, empathy, and respect for diversity in others

Dates

Daily Schedule

  • 9-9:30 Arrival & Sensory Exploration Stations
  • 9:30-10 Circle Time
  • 10-10:30 Snack & Outdoor Play
  • 110:30-10:45 Rest Time
  • 10:45-11:00 Story Time
  • 11-11:45 Free Play & Art Activities
  • 11:45-12:00 Clean-Up & Good-Bye Circle

Curriculum

PIP is a nurturing, play-based, sensory-enriched preschool that fosters inclusivity and promotes the holistic development of all children.  We structure each week’s art, music, read alouds, and circle-time activities around a theme.  

Our program is designed to build children’s:

  • Language and vocabulary

  • Social-emotional development

  • Social and play skills

  • Self-care and school readiness skills

  • Gross and fine motor development

  • Pre-academic skills

  • Self-regulation skills


Curriculum that are built into each week include Zones of Regulation, Handwriting without Tears, and Kimochis.

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Contact Us

Carrie Rodrigues
crodrigues@piedmont.k12.ca.us
510-594-2867

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