The 2020-2021 Preschool Program is now enrolling. Open spots will be filled as they become available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may indicate your interest in the Program by filling out the 2020-2021 Preschool Waitlist. If there is a spot available, you will be notified via email and can then begin the registration process.
Sudbury residents with children ages 3 & 4 may apply as tuition students. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Early Childhood Office at (978) 639-3204 if you have any questions or would like to discuss available programming for your child.
Tours are available by appointment on Mondays and Fridays at the Peter Noyes Elementary School, 280 Old Sudbury Road. Please contact email@example.com, or (978) 639-3204 to set up a tour.
Program Options for 2020-2021
- 3-day AM (8:00-10:30) for 3 year olds, $3,265 per year
- 3-day PM (11:30-2:00) for 4 year olds, $3,265 per year
- 4-day AM (8:00-10:30 M,T,Th,F) for 3 & 4 year olds, $4,335 per year
- 4-day PM (11:30-2:00 M,T,Th,F) for 4 year olds, $4,335 per year
- 4-day PM w/ Lunch Bunch (M,T,Th,F) for 4 year olds, $6,129 per year
- 4-day Full Day (8:00-2:00 M,T,Th,F) for 4 year olds, $10,464 per year
*Location & scheduling are subject to change according to district needs, and may shift from year to year.*
About Sudbury's Preschool Program
Our preschool is committed to a developmentally appropriate philosophy that combines a play-based, language model that is enriched by a strong academic curriculum to align with the standards that are well established by the MA State Department of Early Education & Care (EEC) Guidelines for Preschool Learning Experiences. Our preschool believes in educating the whole child by respecting individual needs for social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. We believe our inclusive educational program provides all children with the opportunity to learn from each other while providing a lifelong foundation for respecting human differences.
Our program prioritizes multiple learning modalities and methodologies. Each week, preschool classes attend an educational music class and a physical education/gross motor class. Social emotional learning is the priority while literacy skills are taught inclusively and naturally in all classrooms. Artistic development is deliberately planned with curriculum integration on thematic units, and science and math standards are incorporated with each unit of study. Outdoor learning opportunities are celebrated daily, as preschoolers go outside to play and practice social, gross motor and language skills with peers. In addition, we have a lunch bunch/social skills group with a rest period for students staying for a full day.
Each class is staffed with a Masters level teacher and either two teacher assistants or an ABA tutor and a teaching assistant depending upon student needs. Speech and language, occupational, applied behavior analysis, and physical therapists are involved in all of the classrooms along with support personnel. Our professional staff also includes a school psychologist, social worker, guidance counselor, and a vision and mobility specialist.
The preschool generally follows the Sudbury Public Schools calendar with a few exceptions.