Summer Preschool Program

Our Summer Preschool Program for 2021 will be announced in January.

Summer Fun 2019

Check back on this site for updated information. If you enrolled in past summer programs, we will email a registration form to you when it is available.

If you have any questions, please call Katina (between 8am and 4pm)  314-821-6270


FYI – Information from last summer
Summer Preschool 2020 Release

We have three schedules – no before care or after care will be offered:

Our soft start is a half-day, one week   
June 22-26  8:30am-11:30am

Session III     
June 29 – July 10th (Closed on July 3)
  half day only

Session IV     
July 13 – July 24  
half day and full day options

Week of June 22 – 26

Half Days Only   8:30am-11:30am   1-week Session

Monday-Friday   $182
Four Half Days   $152
Three Half Days $120
Two Half Days   $  85

Session III    June 29 – July 10th
Half Days Only   Session III    June 29 – July 10th (Closed on July 3)
  half day option only

Mornings Only (8:30am—11:30am)
FEES ARE PER TWO-WEEK SESSION
Monday—Friday      $  365
Four Half Days         $  305
Three Half Days       $  240 
Two Half Days          $ 170  Session IV      July 13 – July 24  half day and full day options

Mornings Only (8:30am—11:30am)
FEES ARE PER TWO-WEEK SESSION
Monday—Friday      $  365
Four Half Days         $  305
Three Half Days       $  240 
Two Half Days          $ 170 

Full Days (9am—3pm)**
FEES ARE PER TWO-WEEK SESSION
Monday—Friday     $  650
Four Full Days         $  550
Three Full Days       $  420
Two Full Days         $  285

Class Updates

Second Graders Love RWS! (from Fall, 2019)

Nov 05, 2019 | Uncategorized

Wow! Time flies when you're having fun!! That was the Second Grade motto for the first trimester. It's hard to believe we are already in November! Some of the highlights we've experienced are: a field experience to Eckert's, a field trip to Litzsinger Road Ecology Center to study native prairie plants, Glendale Fire Department visiting for Fire Safety Month, Grandparents' Day, and a school-wide Halloween Parade!  Here are some things the Second Graders have been engaged with:

  • Students learned various subjects through hands-on instruction.
  • Reading for details
  • Reading about how different places affect us, and how we can be active members of making our community a better place
  • Spelling words (Third Grade curriculum) that focus on short and long vowels, abstract vowels, and consonant digraphs... Whew!!
  • Speaking and Writing, using complete sentences
  • Identifying the naming and action part of a sentence, using conjunctions and prepositions, and distinguishing between common and proper nouns
  • Distinguishing between the four types of sentences: telling, commanding, asking, and exclaiming
  • Daily 5 to become better readers and writers, while also allowing for student choice of books across a variety of genres
  • Singapore Math- Adding and subtracting three digit numbers with regrouping
  • Studying math facts to increase automatic recall
  • Showing responsibility with both our younger PK and First Grade Buddies
  • Project- Second Graders worked with First Grade on a mini Project about apple orchards. They went on a field experience to Eckert's to ask questions to an expert, see an actual apple orchard, and pick apples to make their own apple pies, apple crisp, and applesauce. 
  • Project- First and Second Graders began a Project on grocery stores. They brainstormed a 100 word-web, categorized the 100 word-web, invited an expert from Dierbergs in to speak to them, and generated meaningful interview questions for the community expert. During Project, students are learning about helping others, kindness, and empathy.
  • Multiple STEM activities to activate problem solving skills, collaboration, and teamwork
  • Dissection of pumpkins- Students estimated height, circumference, and seed count. They then measured for circumference, height, counted seeds, and dissected a pumpkin
  • Students continued to work on team building, collaboration, compromising, and problem-solving skills.
  • Social Studies- Students created their own Oceanside city maps. They used a map key, symbols, a map grid, scales, among other map concepts.

Second Graders worked hard to be kind, compassionate, and academically successful during this trimester! Stay tuned for more exciting news from the Second Graders at Rohan Woods!

- Ms. Coleman

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