Vino. Arte. Comunidad.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
NORTHRUP KING BUILDING

Vino.Arte.Comunidad. is an evening of fine wine and superb art in support of our scholarship fund. Your support enables whole families to prepare for success in school and beyond. More than half of Joyce’s students rely on scholarships to attend preschool. This festive evening creates life-changing opportunities: all funds raised go directly to scholarships. You help prepare children for a lifetime of learning.

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Preschool Registration

Joyce is accepting registrations for preschool classes for the 2016-167school year!

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Considering Joyce's program? Join us for an open house on February 3 from 5 - 7 p.m. at our Park Site (3400 Park Avenue).

Volunteer with Joyce!

Joyce wants you to come play, read, and have fun! We have many different volunteering opportunities.

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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 0-5 plus their caregivers. Held Wednesday mornings for 8 weeks, Parent Child introduces kids to Spanish Immersion and a structured school setting in a safe, gradual way.

Our winter session starts January 27. Get more info or download a registration 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.

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