Main Street Preschool is planning an Open House for Sunday, February 24, 2019, between 2 and 3 pm. Stop by to meet the faculty and visit the classrooms. Register your child(ren) for one of the classes available for the 2019-2020 school year. We recommend registering early to hold the option you prefer.
Located at 8 W. Main St. in downtown Tipp City, the preschool offers consecutive days of learning. Classes are offered for ages 2.5 through 5. Two Pre-K options are available. The ever-popular, after-school Lunch Bunch opportunity allows children to stay until 1:00 or 2:00 to eat lunch with friends and continue learning classroom concepts while participating in children-directed activities. Licensed by the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services, Main Street Preschool opened in 2005.
Visit the preschool’s Facebook page to see many more activities.
Mark your calendar for March 14. Set your alarm for 5:00. Main Street Preschool student-artists will present their artwork along with a fundraiser spaghetti dinner and raffle. Drop in anytime between 5-6:30 to eat and view the artwork. Buy tickets for gift cards and products from local businesses and wait for your name to be called starting at 6:00. It all happens at Tipp City United Methodist Church Great Hall on Wednesday, March 14.
A spaghetti & meatball meal, to include chicken nuggets, salad and dessert will be served between 5-6:30 p.m. Carryout is available. Family $15 or single $5. Tipp City United Methodist Church is located at the corner of 3d & Main Streets. The facility is handicap accessible. The student-artists are anxious to show their talent to their families and the public.
The faculty at Main Street Preschool in downtown Tipp City believes that art enhances the lives of children. Through art, children expand their decision-making, inventiveness, cultural awareness, and academic performance. As student-artists, they learn self-control and progressive thinking that will benefit them well for life. The preschool strives to create a more progressive learning environment going forward into the 21st century.
We are excited to introduce a unique addition to Main Street Preschool this year. The Enrichment Room is a new learning center where all of the children have opportunities to work individually or in very small groups with Suzy Wyant, the Enrichment teacher. Mrs. Wyant is beginning her ninth year at Main Street Preschool, having worked previously as a classroom teaching assistant.
In the Enrichment Room, children fine-tune their emerging skills with hands-on materials that allow for exploration and discovery. Mrs. Wyant works closely with each teacher so that her activities support and extend the learning that is taking place in the classrooms. Much of the learning in the Enrichment Room this fall has focused on activities that help children build hand strength and fine motor skills–two areas that are crucial for developing the strength and coordination needed for handwriting.