236 West 73rd Street between Broadway & West End Ave., New York, NY Sunday Service at 11 AM


Ready, Set, Go Preschoolers Program for 3s and 4s


Ready, Set, Go! Preschoolers Program

 

Somer Gerard Ian

3-4 years. Homeroom Instructors: Somer Adams, Monika Fisher, Denise LeDonne and Therese Snider.  Additional instructors: Cindy Schaffer and Lesley Countryman.

Our Ready, Set, Go! Preschoolers Program is dedicated to nurturing children’s innate creativity and curiosity in a flexible, non-competitive environment developed especially for 3-4 year-olds. We believe that children learn best through play; see this link on the benefits of play-based programs for preschoolers. Current enrollees get priority admission for the 2016-2017 school year, followed by current participants in our On My Own 2s program. After that, admission opens to all on a first come, first served basis.

Ready, Set, Go! focuses on enrichment and exploration, allowing children to participate in activities in art, literacy, science, movement, and music. Class size is capped 14 to insure a nurturing environment for your child. The programs runs Monday through Thursday, 9am-12pm.

Children must be potty-trained to participate in the program.

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Ready, Set, Go!, Monday through Thursday, 9am-12pm

Schedule options for 2016-2017 are:

Four mornings: $15,000

Three mornings : $11,650

Two mornings: $8,060

 Contact Jennifer Moore at jmoore@rutgerschurch.org or 212-877-8227, x212 for information, or to come for a tour. Tours are for adults only, and are held on Wednesdays at 9:15am.  Contact Jennifer at jmoore@rutgerschurch.org or 212-877-8227, x212 to schedule a visit.

Every day the children make me laugh! Their joy, playfulness and energy are infectious, and it’s very gratifying to see them learning and growing over the course of a semester or a year. It’s also nice to encourage and support parents as they navigate their way through everything from sleepless nights to preschool applications.

— Jennifer Moore, Community Programs Instructor