The Premier Preschool and Kindergarten on Long Island Since 1959
Park Shore Preschool and Kindergarten is located in Dix Hills, New York on 15 beautiful acres, centrally located in Suffolk County. Park Shore is one of the most beautiful Preschool and Kindergarten facilities and offers programs for Toddlers, Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten. Park Shore Country Preschool and Kindergarten offers a wide range of academic and social experiences for Toddlers – Kindergarten that prepare our students for all their future endeavors. Our extensive curriculum includes classes in Science in our new STEAM Science Center, Computers, Balanced Literacy, Math, Music & Art, Physical Education, and Library all on our beautiful 15 acre campus. Our teachers focus is on a balanced literacy program enhanced by our vast library and author study program. Our hands-on learning experiences in math and science will encourage our students to become lifelong learners. Park Shore Preschool & Kindergarten continues to give our students the most fulfilling academic and social experiences. Our “SEE” (Specialized Enrichment Experience) Program incorporates fun-filled and challenging learning opportunities within our traditional classroom settings providing the ultimate educational experience. Our students are also able to benefit from our SMART Boards Interactive Learning Technology. The SMART Boards help improve student motivation and performance by making learning a dynamic classroom experience. With the help of Dianne Vitucci, our full-time Education Director and our professional staff, Park Shore offers one of the best Preschool and Kindergarten programs and facilities on Long Island. We would love the opportunity to show you the best in preschool and kindergarten education on Long Island. Tours are available Monday – Friday 10am-3pm and Saturday and Sunday 12pm-3pm, February – June.
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Dear Park Shore School Families,
A warm “Welcome Back” to all of our returning families and a special warm “Welcome” to all of the new families joining us this year! My name is “Miss Samantha” and I am honored to rejoin the Park Shore staff as your children’s Computer Specialist! This is my fifth year in this position, and as a member of the Park Shore staff family. I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with insight as to what you and your child can expect from us in Computer Science this year – please see below:
Park Shore Computer Science – We are the “T” in STEAM!
STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. At Park Shore, we pride ourselves in delivering a current, cutting edge and fun learning curriculum to brighten young minds. The Park Shore Computer Science Lab consists of a combination of iPads, desktop computers, laptops, and an interactive SMART Board. Every class, no matter what age, will have the opportunity to work on all aspects of the technology in our room while bridging the concepts of the STEAM curriculum. This year, our class will meet a few new friends in the form of ROBOTS! The introduction to robotics at a young age provides children with the opportunity to develop problem solving skills and to learn directional concepts that lay the foundation to a superior learning experience.
Is your child attending Universal Pre-K in your district this year? Complete Your Day at Park Shore Country Day School!
Is your child attending Universal Pre-K in your district this year? Your Universe Has Just Expanded...Complete Your Day at Park Shore Country Day School! What we offer Universal Pre-K Students: Half Day Program for Universal Pre-K Students...read more
This past month has been a lot of fun in the science lab. Since we have had so much rain lately we decided to investigate how rain falls. We all enjoyed making our rain clouds and filling it with “rain” and seeing it fall out of the cloud! We had a great time learning about the solar system and enjoyed mixing and painting with our very special moon dust.
We then went on to our planting unit. We enjoyed examining the plants and were able to name the parts of the plant. We learned how some plants came from seeds and some could self-root. Since the weather was uncooperative we decided to plant indoors. I hope the vegetables your children planted are growing well and are almost ready to be planted outdoors!read more