December 16 2016
Center closed for staff in-service
December 23 2016
December 26 2016
Center closed for the holiday
January 2 2017
Center closed for New Year Day observance
January 16 2017
Center closed for MLK Holiday
Children learn through active manipulation of their environment and through concrete experiences. Green Lake Preschool provides age appropriate activities and materials for growth and development. We foster participation in decision making, development of self-esteem, and the establishment of values.
We have been providing top quality child care to the Green Lake community for more than twenty-eight years. Green Lake Preschool is housed in the Green Lake Church of Seventh-day Adventists across from beautiful Green Lake. The childcare is not religiously affiliated with the church.
Green Lake Preschool is open year round and enrollment is based on space availability. Tours have been suspended until the spring of 2017.
If you would like to be on our wait list please e-mail the center at email@example.com Please include your child's name, date of birth, the days of the week you desire and your contact information. Being on the wait list does not guarantee you a space. The website will be updated when space becomes available. There is no fee for being on the wait list.
Green Lake Preschool is expanding and adding a second program in the winter of 2016. The beautiful new facility, Woodland Hall Preschool, is located at 516 NW 56th Street, Seattle, WA 98107.
Green Lake Preschool and Child Care Center advertises in order to make openings known to the public. Children, families and staff are admitted regardless of race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, veteran's status, national origin, religion, marital status or the presence of any physical, mental or sensory handicap.
Green Lake Preschool and Child Care Center adheres to NAEYC's Anti-Discrimination Position Statement:NAEYC's first commitment is to the rights and interests of all children. In that regard, NAEYC believes that individuals in the early childhood field should be hired, employed, promoted, and if necessary terminated based solely on their competence and qualifications to perform their designated duties, and not on the basis of their gender, race, color, national origin, religious beliefs, age, marital status/family structure (including same sex unions or domestic partnerships), disability, sexual orientation, or any basis prohibited by law. (NAEYC's Anti-Discrimination Position Statement-Revised July, 2009)
Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children since 1999. NAEYC's national, voluntary accreditation system has set professional standards for early childhood education programs, and helped families identify high-quality programs for their young children.
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