Stacey Webb

Stacey Webb

Trinity Episcopal Preschool is certainly far from a daycare center. It is a preschool with a thriving community of families who are committed to building the foundation of our children’s education. My son has attended Trinity since the age of two. He is now three and a half years old. Our experience at Trinity has been a blessing in so many ways which I will give in my following testimony. Above all, when I drop off my child, I know my child is safe and with the best. The social skills and problem solving techniques which have been taught are priceless. Some basic skills my son has mastered at his age include: identifying alphabet letters, numbers and shapes and completing patterns using letters, numbers and shapes, counting 1-25 in English and 1-10 in Spanish, spelling his name, using scissors properly and learning the meaning of responsibility through daily classroom jobs.

I am so blessed that my son enjoys our Christian faith and is introduced to this at Trinity at an early age. He can say many prayers which they routinely practice prior to eating lunch in the classroom. Amazingly, he has been taught and can clearly say, the Lord’s Prayer and proudly recites every word with accuracy and joy. Additional classes offered at Trinity in addition to the school curriculum at no additional cost are amazing. The students have the opportunity to experience weekly chapel visits, science class, music and Spanish classes.

What I find special is the involvement of Ms. Lisa McMurtrie, the director of Trinity in the children’s education. She teaches the science program to the entire school and she has introduced the lacrosse program to the students. Her active participation with the children proves that she is a fantastic contribution to the student’s overall success.My son has had the opportunity to participate in many extracurricular activities at Trinity. Since his enrollment began, he has been offered the following programs: piano classes, yoga lessons (baby yoga), soccer shots, basketball and lacrosse. These activities provide more opportunities to help keep my child healthy and active. It is an honor and privilege to have my child attend Trinity.

Stacey Webb

 
  • July 23, 2015

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