Welcome To Pre-K

The Pre-K program at Holy Redeemer encourages children to create their own learning environment in which they learn to make new friends, experiment, be independent, problem solve, be creative, use their imagination, act Christ like and most importantly to be safe and have fun. 

We offer both teacher-directed and child-directed activities with a balance of inside and outside play, active and quiet times, and hands-on learning. The program includes art, music and movement, science, nutrition, dramatic play, cultural awareness, pre-math, pre-reading, pre-language skills, physical development, social interaction and spiritual growth.

Our goal is to provide a welcoming and loving environment in which young children will thrive and grow.  This is a time where your child will begin new relationships and continue to build on them throughout their Holy Redeemer school career. 

Snack and Lunch
Due to student's allergies, this year we are asking parents help to make our classrooms NUT-FREE.  Please send snacks that are nut-free.  Lunches that contain any nut related products are okay.  We have made accommodations for our students in the cafeteria.   Thank You

Please refer to our weekly newsletters for important dates and what Pre-K is doing in the classroom.




Pre-K News

   November 7, 2014


In the Classroom:  This week Pre-k has been learning all about leaves.  We have talked about why they are turning colors and why there will be no more leaves on the trees.  We have also collected many different types of leaves; looked at them, felt them, talked about their colors, shapes, and sizes and made leaf men (see bulletin board outside of classroom). We have talked about the letter Ll and have been noticing all the letters around our classroom.  Pre-K also discussed how God made our world and what we are thankful for in God’s world. Next week we will briefly discuss Veteran’s Day and continue some fun fall activities.  Pre-K will also begin discussing Community. 


Canned Food Drive: We are collecting nonperishable food items for St. Vincent De Paul. In our classroom you will find a box labeled “St. Vincent De Paul,” please place any donations in this box. Any and all nonperishable food items are much appreciated!!

(canned food, top ramen, peanut butter, etc.)


Supplies:  We are in need of some good size pine cones to make turkeys with our 5th grade buddies.  We will have some examples of the type we need.  Please keep an eye for some and bring them into class. 



Have a good weekend!!

Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Lee