We at Page Preschool strive to establish a relationship to partner with the family. Together we will share and accept knowledge to support the success of the family. We will proactively reach out to the children, families, and community. We will actively enrich our knowledge to improve our craft.
Quality First is a signature program of First Things First that partners with child care and preschool providers to improve the quality of early learning across Arizona.
Quality First supports providers in making quality improvements research proves help children thrive. These include education for teachers to expand their skills in working with young children, and coaching to help providers create learning environments that nurture the emotional, social, and academic development of every child. You can learn more at QualityFirstAZ.com.
Tuition payments are due by the 15th of every month, August through May. Please deliver tuition payments to the preschool coordinator or preschool secretary. Payments will not be accepted by the teachers. A late fee of $5 will be added to your student's account if paid after the 15th. If tuition is received more than a week after the 15th, then an additional $10 will be added to your student's account. If payment is not made by the 25th of the month, your student will be withdrawn from preschool. Full tuition is due regardless of days absent. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the preschool director.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Registration packets are available at the preschool and the district office. They must be returned to the preschool. We require a completed packet, a a copy of the child's birth certificate, updated immunization records, and CIB (if applicable) upon enrollment. We enroll students based on availability.
We encourage parents to participate and be involved in their child's early education. Please be prepared to participate in parent/teacher conferences and quarterly family literacy nights. Other parent involvement opportunities include participating in class field trips, volunteering in the classroom, and volunteering on Wednesdays to help teachers prep for class and activities.
If you suspect that your child is developmentally delayed and may be in need of additional services, the preschool provides screenings for children 3 to 5 years of age in the areas of vision & hearing, cognitive development, communication, motor, social or behavioral development, and adaptive development to assist in determining if further evaluations are necessary.
The screenings are held at Page Preschool.
Please contact the Preschool Coordinator to schedule a screening appointment.
Pam Cornaby, Clerk
550 S. Navajo Drive
P.O. Box 1927
The staff at Page Unified School District Preschool believes that all children have the right to a childhood filled with love, self-worth, trust exploration, discovery, creativity, make-believe and ice cream. The home is where the opportunities begin.