Superior Schools preschool enrolling

The Superior Unified School District is enrolling children in their Pre-school program. Superior Pre-school is designed for children ages 4-5. Participating children will need to be potty-trained. A Birth-certificate, Immunizations record, and proof of residency are required for registration. Parents will need an appointment for their child.

There will be two Pre-school sessions each day. The students will receive a meal as part of their participation; breakfast for the morning or lunch for the afternoon. Activities will provide opportunities for children to be better prepared for school and life.

Superior Schools understands that both research and common sense tell us high quality child care makes a difference. Children in high-quality child care settings fare better in school, and develop better language and social skills. Quality child care settings include: safe, healthy environments; highly educated teachers; classrooms and materials that simulate children at different stages of learning; and, low staff to child ratios so that kids get the attention and support needed.

Our Pre-school program will also support families with parent information and early screenings for children to assist in providing appropriate and necessary support care. Early intervention brings families and professionals together to best meet children’s growth, development and learning needs.

If you have further questions or are interested, please contact the John F. Kennedy Elementary School Office at 520-689-3051.

You are encouraged to please visit Superior Schools and discuss our successes and programs.

We are located at: 1500 Sunset Dr, Superior, AZ 85173. Office Phone: 520-689-3000

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