A Lifetime of Learning Adventures Begins at MHT Preschool!
MHT's preschool classroom introduces children to play, language development, music, art and literature. Organized and free-play activities are incorporated within a fun, safe and enriching environment. Preschool is intended to help each child develop their social skills and share the fun of learning in a faith filled environment. For children who will be entering kindergarten in August of the upcoming year, the prekindergarten classroom is an academic program to assist in their development.
Most Holy Trinity Catholic Pre-School strives to:
- Present age appropriate activities using scripture, doctrine, prayer and liturgy.
- Reinforce each child's role as a child of God and help foster growth in their relationship with Him.
- Promote an atmosphere of self-respect and loving concern among parents, students, teachers and staff.
- Promote the development of appropriate social skills including increased independence.
- Emphasize that friendship is a basic human relationship that can be extended to everyone.
- Create an atmosphere in which students feel free to express their own thoughts and feelings while respecting the rights and feelings of others.
- Provide both structured and creative materials, which allow for the development of individual learning styles.
- Facilitate the development of the basic skills necessary to function in our world today.
- Encourage acts of self-discipline as signs of growth and maturity.
- Encourage a positive self-concept.
- Model of sense of humor.
"Our educational work should go this way to achieve harmony - harmony in all the boys and girls who have been entrusted to us; inner harmony, the harmony of their personality. It is by working in a hands-on way, imitating God, molding the lives of those kids like clay, that we achieve harmony and rescue them from the dissonances perennial darkness. Harmony, by contrast, is bright and clear; it is light. What we have to achieve is the harmony of a heart that grows and that we accompany in this educational journey."
~ Pope Francis (then, Cardinal Bergoglio – April 18, 2012)