Prekindergarten (Pre-K) Program
- Serving children 4 to 5 years old
- 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM, Monday thru Friday year-round
- VPK provider, Head Start provider for those who qualify, and accepting ELC subsidy
- $145.00 per week (less for families who qualify for subsidy)
- $125.00 per week with VPK (4 year olds)
- Includes breakfast, lunch, and snack
Your four- or five-year-old will be starting kindergarten soon! Ensuring your child is ready for “big kid school” can be a full-time job, but it’s a crucial one – your child’s kindergarten-readiness may set the bar for their entire academic future. Our Pre-Kindergarten Program is here to ensure that your child has their best chance to hit the ground running in elementary school.
At this age, your child is experiencing an explosion of knowledge and awareness of the world around them. They become aware of relationships and differences, they make friends, they develop their imaginations, and they question everything. Our classrooms are designed to encourage independent thinking within a structured environment; each child knows which activity will follow the next, giving them the security they need while they develop their own unique personalities and sense of self. Pre-K classrooms are designed to promote literacy, STEAM, and language skills, age-appropriate computer programs introduce young children to basic tech literacy, and learning stations throughout the classroom foster growth and self-expression in both group and teacher-facilitated activities. Pre-K children enjoy daily outdoor play (when it’s not raining!) and also go on carefully chaperoned field trips to local libraries, zoos, and nature centers.
This program utilizes the research-proven Creative Curriculum, which allows teachers to be their most effective and innovative in making learning exciting for your child. This curriculum is aligned with the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, and state early learning standards.
Our staff carefully monitors and records each child’s developmental milestones, and arranges for onsite therapies and/or qualified external referrals when needed.
Every Pre-Kindergarten teacher holds a Child Development Associate (CDA) certification or CDA equivalent. The Fuller Center maintains a Gold Seal Quality of Care from the Florida Department of Children and Families, and is accredited with the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Florida Department of Education
2021-2022 School Year
VPK Assessment Reports
EAST & WEST CAMPUS
To enroll your child(ren) or for more information, choose an option below:
Call Registrar at 561-391-7274 ext. 113 for East Campus and 561-482-3006 ext. 210 for West Campus