2-Day, 3-Day and 4-day AM Classes:
8:45 am-11:30 am
If there is a change in time for a special activity or a field trip, you will be notified in advance.
Parents Day Out:
PDO AM Classes (Tuesday through Friday) : 8:45 am-11:30 am
PDO PM Classes (Wednesday and Thursday) : 11:45 am – 2:30 pm
PDO Full-Day Classes (Wednesday and Thursday Only) : 8:45 am-2:30 pm
2024-2025 Preschool and PDO registration opens up to Alumni families and Church Members on January 29th and to the public on February 5, 2024. You may print the form and drop it by the church office anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m. to noon on Fridays.
|Use restrooms, hang up backpacks
|Center Time & Small Groups
|Prayer, Snack, & Story Time
|Outdoor or Indoor Recess
In case of bad weather, listen to the local radio stations or the local television stations for school closings. We will follow the Elkhorn Public Schools for snow days or extreme cold. If Elkhorn closes, Elkhorn Hills Preschool and PDO will close as well. If Elkhorn calls for a late start, all Elkhorn Hills Preschool and PDO classes will be canceled for that day. Also, the teachers reserve the right to close even if Elkhorn is still having school if we deem that the weather is severe.
The parents provide the snacks at Elkhorn Hills Preschool and Parents’ Day Out. Exact numbers of children to provide for will be listed on the snack calendar. Water will be provided by the preschool. If you have any questions about your designated snack day, please call the preschool.
Snack Suggestions: The State Licensing Department recommends that we serve healthy snacks. Because we are licensed as both daycare and preschool, we are required to provide only store-bought and packaged snacks during the school day. Please use good judgment and lean toward fruits, vegetables, cheese, crackers, yogurt, etc.
We have encountered more food allergies with young children. Elkhorn Hills is a PEANUT-FREE ZONE. This means that due to peanut allergies we are asking that no peanuts, peanut butter…anything peanut/nut tree-related be brought into the building. When peanuts and children with this allergy come into contact, there can be a life- threatening situation. Please remind us in writing if your child has dietary restrictions.