The Garden Party — September 12, 4-6 p.m.

Eventbrite - Garden Party

In celebration of the successful completion of our outdoor space, we're having a Garden Party! Join us for social time, smell the flowers, sample some garden fare, and see how much our space has changed!

We ask that if you're interested, please RSVP by clicking the button above, so we can e-mail you in the case we have to move the celebration to the rain date.

School starts September 2!

The first day of preschool is September 2!

If your student is enrolled Monday-Wednesday, your first day of classes will be Wednesday, September 3. All other students (4-day or Tuesday-Thursday) will have their first day on Tuesday, September 2.

We also have Welcome Days happening throughout the month of August. Be on the lookout for a call from our office manager to schedule your Welcome Days appointment!

Parent-Child Class

Interested in Spanish Immersion, but not quite ready to enroll your child in preschool?

Joyce offers Parent-Child Class for children ages 2-4 plus their caregivers. Held Friday mornings for 10 weeks, Parent Child introduces kids to Spanish Immersion and a structured school setting in a safe, gradual way.

Our fall session starts October 3. Get more info or download a registration form >>

Peace Coffee

Order your coffee through Joyce Preschool, and support our program while you indulge in a caffeinated treat!

Peace Coffee is fair-trade, shade-grown, organic, and (most importantly) delicious!

Read more and download an order form >>

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Our Program

Joyce Preschool’s mission is to provide children from diverse ethnic, linguistic, and economic backgrounds with developmentally and culturally appropriate preparation for success in school and lifelong learning.

The preschool implements its mission through an innovative, two-way (Spanish-English) immersion program that successfully prepares children for kindergarten and school achievement while actively involving and strengthening their families.

Joyce maintains a balance of children from Spanish and English speaking families, which is crucial to addressing disparities in student achievement and successful development of literacy skills; the school's vision is to become a recognized leader in offering two-way immersion and multicultural early childhood education, offering its model for replication to the local and regional community.

Read more about the data that drives our program >>

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