Chapel: Beginning in October the children attend Chapel in the Church
sanctuary twice a month at 9:35 a.m. Chapel is led by Mrs. Durning and Mrs.
Broadman and lasts approximately fifteen minutes. Children sing songs and
listen to a Bible story. Sometimes we even play a game! Parents and siblings
are welcome to stay and pray with us. Coffee and donuts will be available in
the Fellowship Hall after drop off for your enjoyment while you are waiting for
Chapel to begin.
Special Events: In addition to the daily curricular activities that are offered to
the children, numerous special events are held each academic year. Career
Day, Amazing Apples Program (making of apple cider), Donuts for Dads,
making Gingerbread Houses, Reptile Wonders, Mother’s Day Tea, and a visit
by the fire department are just a few of the special events organized for the
children’s learning experience. Also, a Christmas and Spring Sing are held
each year so that the students may demonstrate their joy for singing and
performing talents to their family and friends.
Community Service Projects: The children of Covenant United Methodist
Preschool are involved in at least two community outreach service projects
per year. Teaching our children to care for others is as important a lesson to
us at Covenant as the lessons that teach ABC's and 123's.
December 2018: We conducted a pajama drive to collect pjs for children and
teens and delivered them to a local homeless shelter.
November 2018: We made cards for a crew of sailors that are deployed on a
ship. This was an enrichment activity for community service and Veterans
February 2019: We made valentines for the sailors on the USS John C.
Stennis Carrier Striker Group to let them know that they were loved.
Non-discriminatory Policy: Covenant United Methodist Preschool admits
children of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the
rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made
available to the students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
religion, national, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies,
admissions policies, and other school administered programs.