Welcome!

Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year, and an exciting adventure for your Pre-Kindergarten child!

We had a busy Fall season, and are having a great December!

We enjoyed seeing a production of "Pete the Cat" at Monmouth University, and participated in the Winter Concert on December 6. Our students made us proud as they performed winter songs on the stage in front of the entire school, and again in the evening with family and friends in the audience!


We have also welcomed 2 new staff members into the Preschool! When you have a chance, please take a moment to meet Mrs. Rankel in Mrs. Roth's classroom, and Mrs. Dolan in Mrs. Degnan's classroom. We are excited to have these wonderful women on our Preschool team!


(See more pictures in the "Themes" Tab, and find even more information in the additional tabs!)



We wish all of our families a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!

Please remember that we have 1:00 dismissal on Friday, December 21, 2018, and school will be CLOSED from Monday, December 24, 2018 - Tuesday, January 1, 2019. Classes resume on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

We took a trip!

On Monday, October 22, we traveled to Allaire Community Farm in Wall!


Halloween Fun

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OUR FAMILIES:

home visit letter

Thank you to all of the families who have welcomed us into their homes!

We look forward to visiting the rest of our children and their families!

Fire Prevention Week

On Friday, October 12, the wonderful volunteer firefighters of Bradley Beach visited our school to teach all of the students about fire safety. Our students enjoyed practicing "Stop, Drop and Roll," and were able to see a fire truck up close!


Fun in our Classrooms

We have loads of fun as we learn!

We are so excited to have your child in our Pre-K program at BBES! We are going to have an amazing year together!

Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Degnan ,

Mrs. Nardone , Ms. Dawe, Mrs. Rankel and Mrs. Dolan

Teacher Contact Information:

732-775-4413 x305

732-775-4413 x328


PLEASE NOTE: If you are calling to leave a message that needs immediate attention (such as regarding an absence or early dismissal), it is best to speak directly to one of the office staff, who will relay the message to the appropriate staff members. Teachers do not receive voicemail messages immediately.