Lower School

  • Toddler/Young 2: 10 months (Walking)- Young 2 years

    In the Toddler/Young 2s Classroom, children experience an early introduction to routines and structures with some flexibility for each child’s development and readiness. Routine and structure are needed to factor into a toddler’s sense of security and stability. Our students under the care of a loving and godly staff are nurtured throughout the day while engaging in meaningful age appropriate developmental learning tools and activities.

    Daily activities begin with prayer, pledges, worship songs, and a Bible story. Academic and developmental goals include awareness of letters and phonics, shapes, numbers from 0-10, colors, social interactions, and responsiveness to one-word commands.

    Our students also engage in age appropriate activities that enhance development of Fine Motor Skills for pre-writing skills.

    Diaper changes, snacks and lunch time, rest time, and indoor and outdoor playtime are all part of Toddlers/Young 2s daily activities at JCPA. Our Toddlers/Young 2s have their playground located in proximity to the back of their classroom.

    The classroom is equipped with age appropriate tables, chairs, sleeping cots, library shelves, and sensory toys for optimal relaxation and exploration.

  • Jubilee Preschool:

    The Preschool program consist of Preschool 2s and Preschool 3s classes. JCPA utilizes the Abeka Preschool Curriculum for both programs. The Preschool Abeka curriculum turns play time into learning time, laying a strong academic foundation that prepares each child for the next level of their educational journey. The entire curriculum has been developed from a Christian worldview, planting seeds of faith in children throughout the year. It is an age appropriate curriculum for preschool that takes into consideration the differences in motor skills and cognitive abilities among preschoolers.

  • Preschool 2: Older 2 Years Old -Early 3 Years Old:

    Preschool learning for a two-year-old goes beyond playtime. With Abeka, children are introduced to foundational academic concepts with the help of Amber Lamb and Button Bear. The Abeka Preschool 2 curriculum is structured with daily and weekly academic goals. Students receive weekly homework to further reinforce classroom learning. Students are required to be in school uniform daily. Preschool 2 students are introduced to a structured environment with a predictable daily routine. This allows them to develop an understanding of their daily activities which enhances learning receptiveness.

    Each day begins promptly at 8:30am with prayer, a Bible story, and morning circle activities. Morning circle activities include numbers, phonics and letters, calendars, and worship time.

    Students engage in age appropriate activities that lend toward the development of the Fine Motor Skills required for pre-writing skills. One of the goals in this classroom is to ensure 100% of the class is fully potty trained before transitioning to Pre-School 3. The classroom is equipped with a kid’s size potty bathroom to facilitate the achievement of this goal.

    The classroom is also equipped with age appropriate tables, chairs, sleeping cots, library shelves, and sensory toys for kids’ relaxation and exploration all day long.

    Room teachers instruct by strategically modeling positive social skills and behavioral empathy in the class. Throughout the day we make an effort to continue to encourage independency and self-regulation in our Pre-School 2 students.

    The Pre-School class is often a home away from home for our students because they know they are loved and valued by their teacher. Two healthy and nutritious meals, as well as two snacks, are served daily in the class.

  • Pre-School 3: Older 3 Years Old -Early 4 Years Old:

    As Preschool 3 students continue to grow through learning and exposure to phonics, numbers, art, poetry, and the Bible, they naturally begin to gain a strong foundation for Kindergarten in a well-structured classroom setting.

    The daily and weekly goal requirements of the curriculum lay a distinct route for students educational and social success. Preschool 3 receives weekly homework assignments to further reinforce classroom learning. Students are required to be in school uniform daily.

    Daily activities begin promptly at 8:30am with prayer, a Bible story, and morning circle activities. Morning circle include numbers, phonics and letters, calendars, and worship time.

    Students engage in age appropriate activities aimed toward the development of Fine Motor Skills necessary for pre-writing skills. One of the goals in this classroom is the development of proper handwriting posture and name writing.

    The classroom is also equipped with an age appropriate bathroom, tables, chairs, sleeping cots, library shelves, and sensory toys for optimal relaxation and exploration throughout the day.

    Room teachers continually instruct and strategically model positive social skills and behavioral empathy in the classroom. Throughout the day we make an effort to continue to encourage independency and self-regulation in our students.

    The Preschool class is often a home away from home for our students because they know they are loved and valued by their teacher. Two healthy and nutritious meals, as well as snack are served daily in the class at no additional cost to parents.

  • Pre-Kindergarten: Pre-K4

    The Abeka K4 program serves as a bridge between a Preschool experience and Kindergarten. The program covers mathematics, language development, science, arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor free play, and daily Bible instruction with weekly Bible memory verses, —exceeding all Georgia Early Learning Standard Curriculums, all at an affordable weekly or monthly rate.

    The classroom is equipped with age appropriate centers including science, art, media, library, dramatic play, kitchen areas, and much more to promote learning, cognitive self-exploration, and discovery within the class.

    Developing early readers from K4 has been one of JCPA’s greatest accomplishments since inception. Students are divided into small unit reading groups to provide closer monitoring and assistance needed to achieve phonetic awareness and story comprehension.

    Weekly homework and class projects are a few of the ways learning are reinforced with parental collaborate at JCPA in the K4 classroom. Pre-K4 at Jubilee are also introduced to the early use of technology through the classroom tablets and computers.

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