THE CLASSROOM

Here, find our classroom structure along with the tools your child will need for each grade level. Select your grade level for a list of requirements.

SYLLABUS

DETAILS & REQUIREMENTS

NURSERY

In this tender stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Learn to Walk with Strength

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

BREAST FEEDING MOMMY'S

Nursing mothers are welcome to breastfeed their babies throughout the center.  There are times when people unaccustomed to a breastfeeding mother.  The center urges you to remain supportive of mothers' efforts, and make her feel comfortable. The school allows a mother to breastfeed her child in any location of the nursery.

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Twice-daily small group instruction in math and literacy
Preparation for kindergarten and future success in school
Whole-group activities to develop social skills
Development of a stronger vocabulary through letters and words
Further independent, creative learning through hands-on experiences
Half-day program also available-availability varies by center
Daily communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Large Clear Bin to store all personal items 

Thermos (Stainless Steel Only)

4 Bottles (Bottles must be ready made with formula & mixed cereal within the bottles)

Drinking Water

Juice

Baby Food

Feeding Bowl

Feeding Spoon

Large Wipes Container

Full Large Bag of Wipes (To be left at School)

Crib Sheets 

Change of clothing (place in a large zip-lock bag for emergencies)

Large Diaper Cloth

Wash Cloth & Drying off Towel

Soap

Lotion

Powder

Diaper Creme

Comb & Brush

Pain & Fever Medication

Thermometer

Large Feeding Bib (if applicable)

1/2 Case of Diapers(to be left at school)

Large Can of Lysol Spray ( Cold & Flu Brand)

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school. Personal toys are not allowed.

ROYAL 2's

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

PREK

In this tender stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible time

Numbers

Science

Language

Music

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron

Eating Apron

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case

1 box of crayons

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

 
 
 

ROYAL 3's

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

ROYAL 4's

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

GRADE 1

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

 
 
 

GRADE 2

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

GRADE 3

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

 
 
 

GRADE 4

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

GRADE 5

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

 
 

GRADE 6

In this stage of our ROYAL EDUCATION

You can look for the following milestones in your child:

Developing Friendships

Developing Confidence & Self Esteem

Development of their sensory skills

Motor & Social Skill Development

Value of Sharing & Caring

Expressing themselves creatively

Cooperation & Group Play

Potty Training

COURSE INCLUSIONS

Bible Time

Numbers

Learning Games

Poetry, Finger Plays, and Music

Science

Language

Creative Arts & Hands On Activity

Small Group Instruction

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development

Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day

Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences

Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning

Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration

Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child's day.

HERE'S WHAT TO BRING

Technology
Students in Rising 2's will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 
 

School Bag

(On Campus)
Backpack

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of clothing in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e. stuckonyou.biz, namebubbles.com, itsminelabels.com, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo pencils

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

Sharpener

Erasers

1 large bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks

Blunt-tip scissors

1 case of Huggies Pull-Ups (For students who are not potty-trained)

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

 

Health and Safety

Face mask or face shield

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance. 

COURSES

COG DEV - COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

MAT - MATHEMATICS

LANG DEV - LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

SM GRP - SMALL GROUP

R - TIME - REST TIME

ST - STORY TIME

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Email: inquiries@royalkidzschool.net

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