Preschool Program (Age 3)

Licensed by the Early Childhood Department of Education of Ohio Chapel Hill Christian School’s early development program begins with our Preschool program. Our staff provides a safe, nurturing and creative environment where your toddler can be introduced to academic, social and spiritual concepts. Our goal is to help acclimate your child to the school setting, while allowing him/her to be a normal, active 3 year old. Our Preschool curriculum includes readiness skills, motor skills, letters, numbers and basic phonics, as well as time to express themselves in arts & crafts, music, and physical education. As with all grades at CHCS, our curriculum is Biblically based and integrated. Because play time, naps, snacks and story reading are a big part of being a 3 year old, time is allotted for these activities as well. You may choose the Preschool schedule that works best for your family. Five and three day schedules are available for Full Day (9:00AM – 3:30PM) or Part Day (9:00AM – 1:30PM). Supplemental Day Care is available before and after the normal school day for all grades. Hot lunches are available on a daily basis.

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COVID-19 Cases:

9/9/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contact traced to 2 people and both came back negative.

10/14/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 10/14). Individual recovered and returned symptom free after quarantine according to CDC guidelines. Contract traced to 0 people.

11/12/20 - One Confirmed case of COVID-19.
Individual was quarantined at the time of the positive test due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to 0 people.

11/13/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19.
(Symptoms on 11/14). Individual was already in quarantine due to being a contact trace from an individual outside of the school. Contact traced to zero people.

11/27/20 - One confirmed case of COVID-19. 
Individual was at home due to the Thanksgiving Break and is now in quarantine according to CDC Guidelines.  Contract tracing is in process with Summit County Public Health; seven individuals are following quarantine according to CDC Guidelines while tracing proceeds.