3 year old Show and Tell




Show and Tell

News – 3 year olds


Click here to print off the Preschool Enrollment for for 2018-19

2017-2018 Three Year Old Class Handbook


Ohio Department of Medicaid:Healthchek Services for Children.  For more information click here



Catholic School’s Week Jan. 28th – Feb. 3rd

February 16 – No School

February 19 – President’s Day – No School

March 30 thru April 6 – Spring Break


Welcome to Saint Joseph Preschool.  It is always nice to see so many past and present Saint Joseph families at the walk thrus, orientations, and parent meetings.   And we are just that, a preschool family.  We play, we learn, and we grow together.  I am looking forward to having a great year of fun and learning with your child.  If at any time you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask.

This year we have a new Religion series called, “Allelu!  Growing and Celebrating with Jesus”.  We will begin with “New faces and New Places”, and then move on to “All the World Says. God is Great!”  The children will express their understanding that God made the world and everything that God made shows us that he is great.


School times for 2017-18 school year. Class times are 12:15-2:45. Drop off times are 12:05-12:15 and pick up times 2:45-2:55.




March News


A lot of fantastic things happen in March.  We will begin the month learning about Saint Patrick, Ireland, and the color green, through songs, finger plays, stories, and art projects.

Spring also begins in March, we will be taking spring walks and going outside as the weather permits.

We will also be celebrating Easter.  Our party is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27th at 1:30 pm.  Parent helpers are welcome.  We will be having an Easter Egg Hunt during our party, so we will need some volunteers to help hide the eggs for the children.  Donations of filled plastic eggs are appreciated.  If you would like to donate some filled eggs, please have them to the preschool no later than Tuesday, March 20th.

Enrichment Activities

1. Practice having your child follow simple directions.

2. Read books to your child and have them retell the story.

3. Have your child count toys when they are cleaning up.

4 Have your child practice identifying letters in their name, letters on signs   and in books.

5. Take your child to the library and to story time.

6. Invite new Preschool friends over to practice sharing toys and taking turns.

7.  Attend some of the Lorain County Metropark summer activities, such as safety town.