Welcome to 

Faith Lutheran Learning Center

FLLC provides a year-round preschool program for ages 2-6 years (sometimes students are enrolled between 18-24 months). There is also an after-school program for Cassidy Elementary students and a summer camp for K-5 students from any school. The summer camp has an annual waitlist and is a separate enrollment from the after-school program.

School-Day 7:00-3:30 (Toddler, Preschool, and Summer Camp Programs)

Extended Day 7:00-6:00 (Toddler, Preschool, and Summer Camp Programs)

Before-School 7:00-8:00 (K-5)

After-School 3:00-6:00 (K-5)

Overview of Preschool Curriculum

At FLLC, we believe children learn through play. We provide opportunities for students to explore, observe, socialize, problem-solve, and develop social-emotional skills through free-choice play, outdoor play, and small group activities. The curriculum is theme-based, with teachers targeting KY Early Learning Standards for planning and assessment. We incorporate these standards into our lesson plans and use them for ongoing assessment. Teachers communicate with families regarding their child’s development and mastery of each standard. Mutual goal setting is recommended early in the year; parent-teacher conferences are held 1-2 times each year.

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of Faith Lutheran Learning Center is to serve the community and enrich families by meeting the individual needs of children for physical, intellectual, social-emotional, and spiritual development. We believe early childhood should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploration, learning, and discovery.

Our Classrooms 

Free-Play Centers


Children use dramatic play to explore real life situations, taking turns, problem solving, learning more about family, and the people and places in their communities.


This station creates a base for math and science concepts. Children learn to compare, order, measure, classify, count, use math tools, and problem solve.Children are observing, planning, making predictions, comparing, and learning how things work.


Children express their creativity, work on listening skills, learn about beat and tempo, learn about self awareness, and expressing their emotions.


Children learn about letters, grow their vocabulary, learn how to communicate with words, sequence events, and develop a love for reading books.


Children improve fine and gross motor muscle control, use their imagination, learn about measurement and spatial relationships, solve problems, and take turns.


Children use their creativity, learn about cause and effect, improve fine motor skills, learn new art techniques, and express themselves through art.


Children learn to self-regulate emotions in a quiet, calming space.

Outdoor Areas

Children typically spend the majority of their day outside. We have 4 primary areas which allows each class to be in separate areas as needed. These include a garden, a "loose parts" area, 2 playgrounds, and a hard surface area (for wheels, chalk, and water fun).

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or email fllc859@gmail.com for enrollment information or employment inquiries.

Charla Heersche, Director

Lindsay Scott, Associate Director


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