Mission and Vision
Little Sprouts Community Preschool mission is to fullfill the community's need in providing a developmentally safe and appropriate moral, social, emotional, academic and physical preschool environment to all its children and their families.
“There is no more noble occupation in the world than to assist another human being to succeed.” Alan Loy McGinnis
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Little Sprouts Community Preschool admits children of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in admission policies, scholarships, and other school administered programs.
Quotes from Parents
"Little Sprouts came highly recommended to me and I have recommended them to several of my friends. It is a great educational start for many children in the community." Paula
"Little Sprouts Preschool has been a vital part of our community for years, and we hope to see it continue to help the children in the community get the educational start and character development foundation that Little Sprouts has provided to our child." Gary & Vicki
"All of my children, along with many other students, have left Little Sprouts not only knowing all their letters, numbers, shapes, and colors, but started to do simple math, were beginning to read, and to do simple to complex patterns. This program has taught the importance of playing together and conflict resolution and many more life skills. Little Sprouts has always been focused on community involvement and has participated in local food drives, coat drives, raising money for St. Jude's and helping out local families in need." Beka
"All the staff were wonderful with the children. They provided a safe learning experience for each and every child.. "Engaging in learning." This was demonstrated over and over. All ideas, opinions and answers were welcomed and valued. Unconventional and nontradional answers, including wrong answers, were explored and valued." Don