Learning through play...
Toddler (18months - 3 years)
The toddler class is geared toward children 18 months - 3 years (children can enroll as soon as they are 18 months old, provided there is space in the class). We offer two classes on Wednesdays or Fridays from 8:45am - 11:15am. It is the perfect introduction to playing with similar aged children while a parent is with them. Our schedule includes outside time, circle time, snack time (bring from home) and free choice time; we end the school day with an additional outside time and a closing song. The parent/guardian follows his/her own child for the duration of the class time. Parents/Guardians also participate in a community clean-up at the end of the free choice time. Monthly parent meetings provide valuable speakers on relevant topics pertaining to parenting and education as well as teacher instruction.
AM Class (3-4 years)
The AM class is for children age 3 - 4. We meet Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8:45am - 11:15am, with parents working one day per week. Our schedule includes outside time, circle time, snack time (bring from home) and free choice time; we end the school day with an additional outside time. Parents assist the teacher with fun enriching activities, including planing sensory or art activities with other parents at the parent meeting the second Tuesday of the month. Monthly parent meetings provide valuable speakers on relevant topics pertaining to parenting and education, teacher instruction, and time to plan and collaborate with other parents in the class.
Pre-K Class (4-5 years)
The Pre-K class for children ages 4-5 years olds. They attend Monday through Thursdays 11:45am-2:15pm with parents working one day each week. Children bring their own lunches and eat at outside time. At school they enjoy outside play, circle time, and free choice time. Children also work on self regulation, letter, number and color recognition as well as handwriting skills in our weekly Handwriting without Tears program. Parents assist the teacher with fun enriching activities, including planing sensory or art activities with other parents at the parent meeting the second Tuesday of the month. Parents learn how to help children get along and work through daily challenges. The purpose of the class is to acquaint parent with the various stages of development of the preschool child to recognize the importance of play, and learn parenting methods. Parents will develop their skills as teachers and primary educators for their children in the preschool setting and at home. Instruction will be given using a laboratory for learning and practicing parenting skills.
Adult School Component
Roseville Parent Education Preschool (RPEP) is affiliated with the Roseville Adult School as a Parent Education Program. Being affiliated with RAS is beneficial for RPEP because they pay our teachers and provide us with equipment and facilities for our Parent Education meetings.
As RPEP members, parents are enrolled as Roseville Adult School students, complete ADA hours by meeting the participation requirements of the co-op, and help them attain annual goals. By paying our teachers' salaries and subsidizing our facility needs, RAS helps RPEP keep tuition costs very low in comparison to other preschool programs.
More information about RAS can be found below or on their website - Roseville Adult School
Roseville Adult School Mission Statement: The Roseville Adult School program is an integral part of the Roseville Joint Union High School District providing a learning environment where adults of all ages and varied abilities can continue to learn and use a variety of resources, including technology to become more productive, responsible, and creative members of our local and global community.
Roseville Joint Union High School District Mission Statement: The Roseville Joint Union High School District will provide all students with a rigorous and relevant education designed to give them the opportunity to acquire, apply, and practice the knowledge, skills and behaviors needed to fulfill their adult roles and responsibilities in the twenty-first century.
The District will motivate all students to become life-long learners who are responsible and productive citizens in a global society.
Expected School-wide Learning Results : Students completing their educational program will become:
Responsible Individuals who:
Contribute to their communities
Identify and pursue personal, educational, and career goals
Apply acquired knowledge to everyday life
Demonstrate tolerance and acceptance of others
Empowered Individuals who:
Gain confidence in their ability to succeed
Advocate on their own behalf
Advocates of Education who:
Model higher educational standards and goals for family, friends, and co-workers.
Value education and nurture family members of all ages to strive toward educational goals
Lifelong Learners who:
Grow and develop academically
Demonstrate self-discipline, self-confidence, and motivation
Use technology to educate, advocate, and communicate
Think critically and listen actively in the classroom
Increase their marketability through education