St. Paul Lutheran’s Early Learning Center invites the community to a 3K, 4K and childcare open house. Parents and 3 and 4 year olds are encouraged to explore preschool opportunities at St. Paul. On Thursday, Jan. 31, from 6-7 p.m. classrooms will be open, teachers will be present, and childcare personnel will be available to answer questions and offer enrollment for next school year.

For 4-year old children, one year prior to enrollment in kindergarten, St. Paul plans to offer a 4K morning class for four year olds all five days per week.

Prepare a separate 4K afternoon class for others five afternoons per week as enrollment expands.

For 3-year old children, cost effective options include offering 3K morning preschool three days per week.

A separate 3K class will be two mornings per week.

Childcare is offered on school days from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Childcare options are limited to those enrolled in St. Paul’s 3K, 4K, kindergarten and 1st-8th grades. Rates remain competitive with those of the Lake Mills community.

St. Paul Lutheran remains committed to helping children grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically. The elementary school is in the midst of its 119th year of service to families of the Lake Mills community. The Early Learning Center, which began with preschool in 1982, continues to develop programs to fit changing times… while maintaining the intended purpose “to assist parents in the Christian training of their children.”

Anyone interested is urged to direct inquiries to the school office, Principal Steven Gartner, or ECE Director Allie Byers, 920 648-2918.

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