St. Paul's Preschool is a 4-Star NAEYC Accredited Program
St. Paul's Preschool received our renewed NAEYC accreditation certificate in April, 2019 and it is valid until June 1, 2024. We renewed Pennsylvania state inspection in February, 2022
Limited spaces are available for the 2022-2023 school year.
Call the preschool office to inquire about availability. (412) 486-5591
REGISTRATION FOR 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for the 2022-2023 school year will begin on Monday, November 1, 2021. This week is reserved for our currently enrolled students and siblings of our currently enrolled students.
Monday, November 8, 2021, registration will begin for preschool alumni families, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church members and for families using the St. Paul’s Child Care.
Monday, November 15, 2021, registration will be open to the public.
Did you know that if your employer participates in the United Way Campaign, you can designate the funds you donate to go to St. Paul’s Preschool? Simply obtain a United Way Contributor’s Choice form from your employer and specify our preschool’s code, 941482, and the monthly or annual amount you wish to contribute.
Book Barn Book Exchange
At the end of the bench in the main hallway, just before you reach the child care entrance, our families will find a small red book barn full of donated children books. Please bring any books you have read to your children and would like to donate to our book exchange so that others can read them. Browse through the selections, pick out a few books to enjoy at home and when you are done, you can either keep the book or bring it back for others to read!
*If the Barn is full, we cannot accept any more books!
PEANUT, TREE NUTS AND EGGS FREE SNACKS
In the office we have a list of commonly available snacks that are free of peanuts, tree nuts and eggs. We invite you to stop in and take a look at this list. You can also access the list by going to: http://snacksafety.com/snackguide.
Some parents have asked for suggestions on what type of snacks to bring for their child’s snack day. Here is a list of some simple snack ideas.
Trail Mix – a mixture of whole-grain cereal, dried fruits, sunflower seeds and dried coconut flakes. You can also add in raisins, cranberries and pretzels.
Small box of raisins
Fruit – please remember that grapes if served MUST be cut in half. Bananas, apple slices, berries are all good choices.
Mini bagels with cream cheese
Whole wheat pretzels and crackers
Crackers and cheese
Chips and salsa
Carrots and ranch dip