Little Warriors Preschool
Kellie Ovena, Teacher/Director
Phone: 503.356.2760, ext 8
If you are interested in registering for the 2018-2019 school year, please email
Kellie Ovena at firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Schedule: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday from 8:30-10:45
Tuition: $170 per month except
September and January ($85 each)
and includes Little Warrior shirt
Classes: 3/4's class (must be 3
by Sept. 1, 2018)*
4/5's class (must be 4 by Sept. 1, 2018)*
*must be potty trained
Class size: limited to 15 students
About Little Warriors Preschool:
Little Warriors Preschool focuses on social, emotional, physical and cognitive development through our daily curriculum.
In our setting, the preschooler with have a stable environment and the opportunity to:
- Learn to work and play with others.
- Develop large and small muscle dexterity
- Receive stimulation for creative mental development
- Lean to deal acceptably with emotions
We believe that play should be the primary medium for a
preschooler's learning. The preschool provides a group setting with
which the child can feel secure and separate easily from parents.
The teacher/child ration should be set low so teachers have the
opportunity to observe play and creative expression, and there should
be a balance between child-selection and teacher-guided activities.
Our preschool provides an opportunity for one-on-one
experiences between teacher and child and fosters the development of
string peer group friendships. We believe that each child developments
at his/her own pace and should be treated as an individual.
Each child will work one on one with a "big buddy." Our high
school students are trained in early childhood education and are ready
for the hands on learning experience our program offers.
We aim to keep each child happy and well cared for in a natural
homelike atmosphere, teaching them to appreciate simple pleasures,
reinforcing respect for their parents, friends, other cultures and their
teachers. We provide events, activities and materials to help children
and their families understand, tolerate, celebrate and accept
differences in our communities.
We believe that families are a child's most valued teachers, so
communication and involvement are encouraged between staff and family
so that the program can complement and extend the home environment.