First Presbyterian Church EPC - Corinth MS 38834
Monday, April 24, 2017
To be disciples...to make disciples.

Day School

              

                              

                                              

 
 
Purpose:
The purpose of First Presbyterian Day School is to provide a loving environment where children can grow to know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  We seek to provide a program that develops the spiritual, social, physical, and intellectual potential which God has bestowed to each child. 
 
  
Admission:
Children are admitted to First Presbyterian Day School on a first come, first serve basis, with priority given to siblings of current students and to First Presbyterian Church members.  A written application must be completed by a parent or guardian before a child can be enrolled or placed on the waiting list.  Immunizations required by Mississippi state law must be completed for all children and verified by a certificate of compliance from the Health Department or a private physician.  To obtain an application please contact Phyllis Sellers at (662) 286-6638.
 
Classes offered:
Classes are available year-round for preschoolers (six months of age through four year olds.)  Each age group meets or exceeds state pupil / teacher ratio and size requirements. Classes are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.  An optional Monday class is offered from 8:00 a.m.- Noon for an additional fee. 
 
Tuition:
$110 per month (August - June) 6 months - 2 years
$95 per month 2-4 year olds
Summer Session information will be sent out separately in the spring.
A $50 registration fee (non-refundable) is due at the time of enrollment and a supply fee of $35 is due each semester.
 
Curriculum:
Our two through four year old classes use the A-Beka curriculum for Bible, Phonics, and numbers during the school year.  A thematic approach is also used to supplement the curriculum throughout the year.  Units vary from class to class because of the unique talents and interests of the teachers and children in each class.  Life skills such as cooperation, manners, consideration, etc., are also emphasized in order to provide a healthy, happy atmosphere conducive to learning. 
 
During the year we have several fun events planned for the children that include, but are not limited to: class parties, field trips, Thanksgiving feast, Christmas program, Dr. Seuss Day, and an Independence Day parade.
 
Staff:
 
                                        Phyllis Sellers - Director
 
Nursery:        Stephenie Briggs                    Threes:      Susan Smith
                    Dorothy Davis                                          Edi Williams
                    Lisa Kramer
                    Teresa Robertson
 
Twos:          Jill Martin                              Fours:           Suzanne Davis
                   Sherry Thrasher                                                 
                   Ashley Majors
                   Patricia Burdett