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Bright Futures Preschool

Mission -
Bright Futures Preschool is committed to providing a high quality early childhood preschool experience for students and their families. The preschool experience will provide a developmental preschool program that enhances each child’s development in the areas of social/emotional skills, adaptive/self-help skills, cognitive ability, motor concepts, and language/speech acquisition. The curriculum and teacher/child interaction go together to provide each child with an individual approach to learning. Program activities encourage exploration, problem solving, self-expression, and kindergarten readiness skills. Bright Futures is dedicated to creating a safe, fun and exciting place for children to succeed.

Coordinator’s Message-
Bright Futures Preschool and Humboldt Unified School District welcomes 2.9 to 5 year olds who love to have fun and learn new things, no matter what their ability level. The preschool offers a developmentally appropriate curriculum, along with a full range of special needs services for exceptional children. Bright Futures Preschool is a loving, warm and nurturing place where each child develops skills in the areas of social/emotional, self-help, concepts, physical, and language skills according to individual readiness.

Highlights/Focus on Improvement -
Bright Futures Preschool will be focused on increasing our capacity for enrollment as well as building before and after school programming for students 3-5 years of age. We will be providing opportunities for our families to visit elementary schools in the Humboldt Unified School District by providing family tours. The Bright Futures Preschool staff will also be working on providing Kindergarten Readiness activities at each of our elementary schools for students 3-5 years of age. 

Teacher Credentials - We currently have four Highly Qualified Elementary Teachers with both Early Childhood and Special Education State Certifications. Support Staff - Each of our classrooms has two para professionals, which makes for 3 adults in each classroom.

Class Sizes - Class size ranges from 15-25 students per classroom with 3 adults. Professional Development - We partner with both Arizona Department of Education - Early Childhood Unit and First Things First to provide our staff professional development in the areas of Early Childhood Development.

Educational Program
Our curriculum includes Teaching Early Learning and Literacy (TELL), Handwriting without Tears, Eureka Math and Early Childhood Hands on Science (ECHOS).

Parent Education -
We encourage families to attend one of our parent education classes through the Humboldt Unified School District. Class include- Love and Logic, Parenting Traumatized Child, Helping your Child with Homework, and many more are offered throughout the school year.

Events -
Open house happens at the beginning of the school year, followed by a Family Night in the spring.

Community Partners -
Stepping Stones is our business partner. The Sunshine Sisters with the LDS Church are our Ecumenical partners.