The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool at Arizona State University will have part time and full time openings for fall 2016.
The preschool is an inclusive, NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) accredited program for children 3- to 5-years-old. The preschool’s expert, full-time staff implement a play-based curriculum, which follows the Arizona Early Learning and NAEYC standards. In addition, there are many enrichment programs incorporated into the curriculum for students each year. This year students participated in yoga, Spanish, music, dance and STEM classes.
Get on the list now to request a space for fall. In addition to our full-time offerings, there are limited half-time openings, and there will be a new option for a two-morning-per-week preschool classroom for fall 2016.
To learn more, sign up for a tour or get contact information at education.asu.edu/about/tc-preschool. Prospective families are also invited to visit the school and meet staff from 5:30 to 6:30, April 7. Click the “Request a Tour” button on the website to sign up.
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