Preschool

2017/2018 Registration

Preschool registration for the 2017/2018 year is officially open. Please use the forms below or stop by the school from 8-4 on school days to pick up forms. To secure a spot for next year, you will need to complete a both registration forms, submit a copy of the birth certificate, and put down a $50 deposit. If you have any questions, please call Brooke Bowlin at 419.927.2595. 
 

5 Star Rating

Mohawk Preschool recently earned a 5 Star Rating from the Ohio Step Up To Quality system. The process to earn this was nearly a year long, including extensive paperwork, a site visit, and staff interviews. This is the highest rating that a preschool program can earn! Mohawk is very proud to have such a high quality program. Our program is also fully licensed by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). 

 
 
Please visit our teacher page for any information regarding weekly learning activities.
 
 
2016 - 2017 Forms  
 
 
 
 
 
 

2017/2018 School Year

Word that the Mohawk Preschool is amazing has gotten out. We have recently had more demand than we could handle in one classroom. To meet this demand, the district plans to add another preschool program for the 2017/2018 school year. What this program will look like is still in the works. If you have interest or input, please contact Brooke Bowlin at 419.927.6222, or brooke.bowlin@mohawklocal.org, or the following online form https://goo.gl/forms/kTf88YMVIy3JKB5s2 .

Special Needs

It is important to remember that Mohawk also serves preschool students with special needs. If you or someone you know has a student ages 3-5 and has concerns with either speech/language, social emotional, or developmental delays, please contact Brooke Bowlin at 419.927.6222. Mohawk will do a screening to see if the student would need to have an evaluation for special education services. If the child should qualify for special education services, they would be offered free preschool. We are taking these concerns and enrollments throughout the 2016/2017 school year.

Early Learning and School Readiness

Early Learning and School Readiness

Did you know that children in early childhood programs have free access to early literacy resources through INFOhio, Ohio's PreK-12 online library? INFOhio provides resources for parents and teachers to help encourage reading with their child.


What Resources Do They Have?

You can access INFOhio at www.infohio.org. To find early literacy resources, click on the box for PreK-5. Beginning reader resources are found in the upper right-hand corner. Some of these resources are:

  • World Book Kids is an encyclopedia with bright, colorful visuals, as well as activities, games, and printable activities.
  • World Book Kids articles can be translated into 30 languages.
  • Scholastic’s BookFlix has 125 paired fiction and nonfiction eBook titles, 34 of which are also available in Spanish.
  • World Book’s Early World of Learning provides eBooks (some available in Spanish), an encyclopedia for young learners, and classic songs and nursery rhymes for young learners.

To help parents encourage reading with their child, on the INFOhio Parent page, there are short videos on Reading for a Purpose, Reading on the Go and Reading on the Screen. These videos are accompanied by flyers that are in English and Spanish and support early literacy learning.

How Do I Access the Resources?

Each of these resources will request a username and password. The statewide username is infohio and the password is works. Both should be all lower case. You are welcome to share the new username and password with users, faculty, parents and children, but please do not post them on social media or on any open website.

Family Engagement Opportunity

You can also create a custom user name and password for your child care program using your program’s name, mascot, or logo. Once your custom user name and password are created, this information can be given to parents to log in from home so that your children and their families can enjoy INFOhio’s free beginning reader resources wherever they are. To learn more about creating a custom username and password for your program, please contact support.infohio.org.

Questions?

If you have any questions about these resources or would like to know more about how to use INFOhio resources, please contact support.infohio.org. We look forward to working together with you as you help Ohio's youngest children.

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