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Little Pups at Coyote Creek

Little Pups Full Day Pre-Kindergarten at Coyote Creek Elementary!

Our unique program is offered inside of Coyote Creek Elementary School in Highlands Ranch. We offer a full day, year-round program from 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM. We provide a Kindergarten readiness curriculum which includes Handwriting Without Tears as well as Everyday Math. We have daily access to the Specials offered in the building which include: Technology, Art, Physical Education, Music, and Library. Tuition is $45 per day for a full day program, lunch included. The half day program is $22.50 per day. Our unique program offers the chance for children to become part of the Elementary School community and take part in all of the school's activities, including field day, assemblies, and other enrichment opportunities. 

Please contact the Director of Full Day Pre-Kindergarten, Michele Stewart, at Michele.Stewart[at]dcsdk12[dot]org or (303) 387-6218 to set up a tour.

Reviews:

"I have been very pleased with the Little Pups Preschool at Coyote Creek in Highlands Ranch. My schedule changes weekly and they are very accommodating with my schedule. My son can attend school full day or half day. The curriculum is very good and is preparing my son for Kindergarten. He is challenged but is very excited about learning. The teachers are very skilled and attentive to all of the children. I couldn't be happier with my decision to have my son attend the Little Pups Program at Coyote Creek." - Laura C.

"We have been thrilled with Little Pups Pre-K program at CCE. It is creative, progressive and helps keep our kids at the same school. What I love most about it is that the kids are modeled after the kindergarten and school age programs and move about CCE as the older kids do, having access to the Specials classes (Technology, Music, Art, P.E. and Library)." - Anissa S.

 

April 28, 2014 | By sadowling | Category:

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