"Weekday Preschool has been the best experience
for our daughter. She has grown into a confident, independent, self-thinker with help from this exceptional environment."
Weekday Preschool at Flossmoor Community Church is dedicated to providing an opportunity for your child to grow and develop in a nurturing, educational environment. Guided by early childhood education professionals, each child is encouraged to explore and discover the joy of learning.
Realizing one's own unique potential is a lifelong goal and the foundation is laid in the preschool years. Since 1953, FCC Weekday Preschool has believed that childhood is much more than preparing for the future - it's a time to be valued simply for it's own delight.
We welcome prospective students and their parents for a visit.
September thru May preschool classes
Parent Toddler Class
Our Parent/Toddler class for children ages 18 - 35 months and their accompanying adult. Sessions meet for one hour and include art, stories, music, sensory awareness exercises and large and small motor activities in a fun environment which promotes peer socialization. Stay tuned for an updated offering of this popular class!
Two through Five-Year-Old Classes
We offer morning preschool classes for two through five-year-olds, with a variety of scheduling options. Classes meet from 9 -11:30 a.m.
Classes for two-year-olds meet two mornings per week.
Three-year-olds can meet three, four or five mornings per week.
Four and five-year-olds have the opportunity to sign up for four or five mornings per week
Extended School Days with Enrichment Programs
In addition to the regular classroom schedule, four-week enrichment programs are offered throughout the year which can extend the school day until 2 p.m. Registration and fee payment for these classes take place during the school year.
Children enrolled will be served lunch on their enrichment class days. The enrichment teachers supervise lunchtime after the regular day ends. After lunch, the teachers lead classes that range from gentle gymnastics, reading readiness, music and singing, learning about other countries and cultures, and elementary science projects.