Academic Preschool



Welcome! Our preschool program is designed to introduce academics to your child in a safe and loving environment. We understand the preschool child is curious, imaginative, and adventurous. Our lesson plans are designed to encourage, but direct that energy with fulfilling and instructional activities. Your child will be taught in a small group setting ideal for learning and growth. Physical exercise will also be emphasized with 30 minutes of Gym Time two times a week.

Class Description and Schedule

About AirTime Preschool
Academic Focus:
Here at AirTime PreSchool, we continuously strive to develop, refine, and implement an educational program that provides a strong foundation for your child to reach his or her highest potential. We offer an ideal balance of learning and play in a safe, nurturing environment. Our curriculum is based on the following elements:

Language and Literacy
Daily activities develop reading and writing skills and introduce important literary concepts. Our large library of books encourages a love of reading.

Math and Critical Thinking Skills
Children are introduced to the rich world of numbers, including sorting, grouping, and counting. More advanced math skills such as time, measurement, money knowledge, adding and subtracting are included as fundamentals are mastered.

Creativity and Imagination
Children use their creativity and imagination through dramatic play, music and art. These activities help to develop independence and confidence.

Physical Development (30 minutes)
Gym Time is a great time for children to develop their large motor skills. The 1st day of preschool each week, gym time consists of learning the basics of group games and individual skills such as jumping, throwing, kicking, and an understanding of sportsmanship. On the second day, children learn basic gymnastics skills with an emphasis on strength, coordination, flexibility and self-confidence.

Additional areas of study include Science, Geography, History, Culture and Health.
Our Teachers
Mrs. Korth Director/PreK Lead Teacher

Mrs. Korth earned her BS in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University. She taught in 1st and 2nd grade for 4 years in Provo and in Alabama. Prior to her degree, she worked as a Special Education para-professional for 4 years. She has been teaching preschool since 2014. Mrs. Korth's approach to teaching young children is very hands-on. While having clear and developmentally appropriate objectives, she encourages learning through play, exploration, and guided instruction. Her lessons integrate emergent literacy skills with other areas of academic and social development.

Because Mrs. Korth believes the home is the primary learning environment for children, developing a partnership with parents is a priority. Mrs. Korth is married to Byran Korth, a professor of Religious Education at BYU. They have three children: Kayden, Karissa and Kyler. She loves being a mom, gardening, reading, teaching and spending time in the out of doors with her family.
School Year Schedule
Dates: September 3, 2019 - May 21, 2020
Monthly Tuition:
3 & 4 years: $115
PreK: $140
Additional Fees
Supply Fee: $25 due at registration
$25 due in January 2020
Registration Fee: $30

Classes are subject to being closed if there are less than 6 students

Schedule


Click here to view the 2018-2019 schedule.
Click here to view the 2019 summer schedule.
Summer Schedule
Dates: June 3 - August 1, 2019
Days Offered: Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs
Time: 9:00-11:30 am
Supply Fee: $15
Tuition: $185
Closures July 3 & 4 and July 24 & 25

AirTime Preschool Summer Program offers fun summer themes and activities to keep your child busy and active this summer. Help prepare your child for preschool or kindergarten with confidence to succeed at the next level. Preschool includes 30 minutes of gymnastics per day.

Subjects Include:
Letters
Sounds
Reading
Counting
Art
Math basics
Music

Schedule


Click here to view the 2018-2019 schedule.
Click here to view the 2019 summer schedule.
Classes are subject to being closed if there are less than 8 students enrolled.