2-Year Old Program

Circle of Friends Preschool
  • 2-Year Old Program

    This Circle of Friends program focuses on developing social skills with peers. Children learn more about sharing and using language to express needs and interact with others. Kids are also introduced to shapes, the alphabet, and recognizing letters in their name. Each classroom has a weekly theme, circle time, art, active play, daily music and outside time. 

    • Offers social interaction with other children
    • Introduces shapes, alphabet, and life skills
    • Includes daily music, art, and learning activities
    • Indoor and outdoor play
    • Teachers are CPR/First Aid certified

    At this age, children will begin to explore potty training and learn practical life skills including hand washing and picking up after an activity. 

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  • Program Details: 2-Year Olds
    • Location
      Rooms 108 & 110
    • Before Care Available
      7a to 9a
    • Class Times
      9a to 11:30a or 9a to 1p
    • Frequency Options
      2 to 5 days per week
    • Day Options
      M-F; M-Th; M/W; M/W/F; or T/Th
    • Staff
      2 Co-Teachers per Room
    • Max Class Size:
      12 Children
    • 2023-2024 School Year
      Limited Space Available
    • 2024-2025 School Year
      Enrolling Now
    • Small Class Size

      Offers Individualized Attention

    • Child Safety

      Teachers CPR/First Aid Certified

    • Daily Music Class

      Led by Musical Instructor

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • How is the Preschool Connected to Manchester UMC?

    Circle of Friends Preschool is a semi-autonomous program of Manchester United Methodist Church. It is located on the lower level of the church building. Brief monthly devotionals are provided by the clergy of the church.

    When is Tuition Due?

    Tuition is due on or before the first of each month. If tuition is paid after the 10th of the month, a $25 late fee will automatically assessed.

  • What if My Child is Sick?

    If your child appears to be ill, they should be kept at home until well. If a child’s temperature is 100.4F or higher, they will be sent home and cannot return unless they are fever free for at least 48 hours without medicine and have no other symptoms. See our sick child policy for full details.

    How Do You Screen Employees?

    All preschool employees go through a comprehensive background check by the State of Missouri as well as Manchester UMC’s Safe Gatherings program. This includes checking local and national criminal records also also ensuring the person is not on the sexual offiender list. Employees must also complete a drug test before their employment begins.

  • Teachers (Room 108)
    • Sue Parra
    • Valerie Love
  • Teachers (Room 110)
    • Linda Anthony
    • Ellen Ewing