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Virus Update


Preschool Update

 

Dear HCP Families,

 

We have successfully completed our first week of preschool.  We are proud to report that the children, parents and HCP staff have all adjusted to the new protocols set in place through collaboration with the Kings County Health Department and Community Care Licensing.  We are also receiving much welcomed support from our local resource and referral agencies to assure that we have adequate PPE and cleaning supplies to conduct our classrooms safely.  Despite an inundation of safety protocols, the classrooms are warm and happy places for our favorite little people.  Each child's day is still filled with art, music, science, laughter, prayer, and love.  

We still serve a God that is bigger than all our fears, all of our struggles and at the core of it all is his never-failing love.

Greater is He that is in me, than he that is in the world. 

 1 John 4:4

Sincerely,

Ms. Robinson

PReschool Director

At Hanford Christian Preschool we spend our days singing, dancing, praying and praising.  Our multidimensional approach to learning includes art, science, music, math, writing, social growth and spiritual growth.  We are excited to have new partnerships across campus as we begin art mentorships with 7th and 8th graders and music with the Kindergarten department.  Our highly qualified staff are consistently involved in Professional development and workshops to offer the best classroom experiences based on the newest science and research in our field.

 

 

Chapel Praise and Worship

A Note From the Director

 

Howdy and social distant hugs from my little corner of the world at Hanford Christian Preschool.  I am first and foremost excited to embark on another year of growth at Hanford Christian Preschool.  Last year we ended our year with a flop. Our quick closure in March left us longing for kids to once again laugh in the walls of our classrooms.  The staff and I took the opportunity to utilize our time out of the classroom to make us better in the classroom.  We engaged in professional growth and development, refined our craft and explored who we truly want to be as a ministry and educational program.  So here we are. We have strategized our re-opening with the Kings County Health Department and Community Care Licensing.  We completed additional training including, CPR, First Aid, AED EMSA ceritification, Covid 19 training with the Health department, training on the proper use of germicides through the California Department of  Pesticide Regulation, and Contact Tracing  Coursework through Johns Hopkins University. There are lots of new changes around here that revolve around mitigation strategies developed for our kids' safety.  In many ways our day looks quite different from the days of the past in preschool but, some things won't ever change.  Teachers and children still dance, laugh, play, sing, and pray.  We are still committed to a warm and loving environment.  We are still committed to sharing our love of Jesus and Jesus' love for us.  Thank you for allowing us to continue our ministry to your family.  We look forward to a year full of new adventures

                                                                                                                                                         Many Blessings,

                                                                                                                                                         Ms. Robinson

 

 

 

 

 

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