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Welcome to Kindergarten!

Welcome to Kindergarten!  Click here for Kindergarten news and Registration information.

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Posted Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Preschool Applications Being Accepted

South Euclid Lyndhurst Preschool
We are accepting applications for typical peer models to be a part of our 
PRESCHOOL PROGRAM for the 2022-2023 school year. 

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Posted Monday, January 25, 2021

SEL Preschoolers Enjoy Learning Activities at Home

SEL preschool students are engaging in a variety of hands-on learning activities inside their home and outdoors thanks to creative online video lessons from their teachers!

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Posted Monday, May 11, 2020

Preschoolers Play Pizzeria

Did somebody order a pizza?  If so, our Rowland preschoolers are on their way!  With the help of their teachers, students in one of our preschool classrooms used their creativity to transform their play kitchen area into a pizzeria!!  The children took turns playing different roles including customers, servers, chefs and delivery people.  They even made a real menu to help customers decide what to order.  So, what do you say? Come on by and order a pizza today!

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Posted Friday, January 24, 2020

Preschool Families Attend Polar Party

Shortly before the start of Winter Break, students in our preschool classrooms invited their families to school for a Polar Party!  For several weeks prior, the preschoolers read and studied Bill Martin Jr.’s book, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?  The students were so excited to show their parents all that they had learned. Together with their families, the students read stories, performed songs, and decorated delicious cookies! It’s always a fun day when our families come to play.   A big thank you to all families who were able to participate in our Polar Party!  

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Posted Tuesday, January 7, 2020

South Euclid PD Visits Preschool Students

Members of the South Euclid Police Department visited the SEL Preschool recently to interact with students and teach about the role of police officers in keeping the community safe.  Students were thrilled with the opportunity to interact with police radios, handcuffs and meet Arie, a member of the South Euclid Police Department K9 Unit!  The visiting officers also took time to answer students’ questions and show them the inside of an actual police vehicle.  The educational visit helped to bring real-life connections to the classroom, as students have been learning about various types of community helpers.  Thank-you to the South Euclid Police Department for visiting with our Preschool students!

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Posted Thursday, May 9, 2019

ESSR Program Creates Fitness Stations for Preschool Students

Brush Fitness and Wellness Coordinator Mr. Ryan Dugan and a group of students enrolled in the Excel TECC Exercise Science Sports Rehabilitation (ESSR) program recently created fitness stations for all students in the District’s preschool program located at Rowland Elementary School. Students of all abilities participated in various exercises and games to improve their overall health.  

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Posted Thursday, February 28, 2019

SEL Preschool Announces 20 Book Reading Challenge

The preschool staff is excited to announce the Preschool 20 Book Reading Challenge .  Students will be reading books at home and then filling out snowballs with the names of the books they read to cover a giant snowman in the SEL preschool hallway.  Research indicates that children of all ages need to be exposed to literature on a daily basis.  Reading to your child provides an emotional bond, which will be remembered for a lifetime. Reading not only informs and explains, it also entertains.  As you read to your child, they will begin to develop pre-reading skills including holding a book correctly, turning pages in the right direction and reading from left to right and top to bottom.  This is also a way to build a solid foundation and encourage a lifelong love of reading.  More helpful information about pre-reading success is available online.

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Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Preschool Motor Room Receives Exciting Upgrades

Physical well-being and motor development are an essential part of child development.  As part of Ohio’s Early Learning Standards, students are required to be able to increase their ability to use large and small muscles to produce movements, to touch, grasp and manipulate objects, and to engage in physical activity.  Through gross motor activities, students are also able to enhance their communication skills, social-emotional development and self-help skills. These skills and behaviors play an important role in children’s physical well-being and set children on a path leading toward a healthy lifestyle. As a result, the SEL Preschool has been working in collaboration with Fun and Function to design a new motor room that incorporates a combination of new and used equipment to meet the needs of our youngest learners.  Some of our new features include a ball pit, indoor slide and a rock-climbing wall.  Our students LOVE the new motor room!!

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Posted Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Legacy Village Grant Funds Improvements to Preschool Playground

Preschool students in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools now have access to new playground equipment thanks to a recent grant awarded to the District by The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund!  The SEL Preschool is located at Rowland Elementary and serves students of all ability levels, including those with special needs. During the equipment selection process, the District took steps to ensure that students with special needs would have increased access to playground equipment that supports the development of important motor skills.  The SEL Schools would like to thank The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund for making the Preschool playground a better place for students to grow, develop and learn!

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Posted Monday, December 3, 2018

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