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Preschool Schedule 21-22

COVID-19 Update:  The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue is continuing to monitor updates from Washington State Department of Health and the CDC.  We will adapt our Preschool programs as needed following all guidelines to keep our members and staff safe.  Our current enrollment numbers have been lowered to reflect current recommendations.

 

Great Futures Preschool - 2021/22

 

Ages: 3-4 Yrs

These classes provide the children with opportunities for exploration through age-appropriate activities and interactions with adults and other classmates. An environment is created in these classes that encourages the development of acceptable social skills and learning habits. This environment will foster the growth of self-confidence in each child. Occasional field trips are taken. All children must be 3 and potty trained by August 31, 2021.

Let's Get Set! Mon-Fri 9am-12pm $700 / Month
Let's Get Set! Mon, Wed, Fri 9am-12pm $500 / Month

 

Ages: 4-5 Yrs

Our Pre-K class will provide children with developmentally appropriate experiences that prepare them for Kindergarten. They are designed to facilitate a child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical attributes. A variety of activities focus on emergent reading skills, number and letter recognition, sign language, science, and creative arts.   All children must be 4 and potty trained by August 31, 2021.

Let's Go! Mon-Fri 9am-1pm $850 / Month

 

 

Withdrawal Information

30 days written notice must be given to drop the program. Please return the below form to your site director to request to withdraw.

Request to Withdraw Form

 

Questions? Contact Leslie Haggart at Great Futures Preschool or call 425.454.6162.

Be Ready

Children who attend preschool experience:

Better 

  • reading, writing, and mathematical abilities
  • social skills

 

Less

  • special education placements
  • behavioral problems
  • societal disengagement later in life
  • dependency on welfare later in life

 

Higher

  • order, thinking and attention skills​
  • sense of social stability later in life​
  • economic productivity later in life​
  • graduation rates