Madison Street UMC Preschool is a flexible play experience for children ages 1 thru 4 with emphasis on play and its social aspects. This is accomplished through creative art, field trips, supervised play, cooking and other activities. Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
At Madison Street Preschool the curriculum and activities are geared to the different age levels so that your child will have a positive, rewarding experience. We offer an experienced, qualified, loving staff with an excellent teacher-student ratio, where children learn about shapes, colors, letters, numbers and other important fundamentals through playing, and having fun. Music, artwork, story-time, field trips, and many other special activities offer the children opportunities to interact with others, to listen and follow directions, to share, to cooperate, to grow in self-control, and to learn about themselves and the world in which they live. We follow a curriculum designed specifically for each age group. Your child will be having fun and learning the tools needed to excel into elementary school.
For more information regarding our preschool, please email Terri Plunkett, Office Manager, or call 931-645-9085
To access the online Student Handbook for 2017-2018 click here.
Child must be one-year-old by August 15, of the year entering the program. Children learn to share, follow instructions, and feed themselves. Main activities: coloring, singing, listening, play. Adult/child ratio 1 to 4.
Child must be two by August 15 of the year entering the program. Children learn shapes, colors, animals, etc. Main activities: circle time, limited field trips, crafts, painting, singing, story time, play. Adult/child ratio 1 to 6.
Children must be three by August 15 of the year entering the program. Children learn about letters, numbers, months and days, pledge, manners, opposites, and other units of study. Main activities: circle time, center time, field trips, singing, computer, story time, painting, play. Adult/child ratio 1 to 7.
Children must be four by August 15 of the year entering the program. Children learn their address, phone number, the sound of letters, the alphabet, counting, writing their name, nutrition, dental care, animals & their homes, good health habits, and much more. Main activities: circle time, pledge, field trips, singing, art, special programs, play. Adult/child ratio 1 to 7.