200 West Oak Street
Lodi, California 95240
Karen Etter, Director
PRESCHOOL CLASS HOURS
5-yr olds (Traditional):
Wed., Thurs. & Fri.,
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
4-yr olds (Co-op):
Mon., Wed. & Fri., 9:00-11:30 a.m.
4-yr olds (Traditional):
Mon., Wed. & Fri., 9:00-12:00 noon
3-yr olds (Traditional & Co-op):
Tues. & Thurs., 9:00-11:30 a.m.
Traditional 2-year-olds Class:
Monday, 9:00 a.m.-12 noon
2012-2013 FEE SCHEDULE
$75.00 non-refundable registration
2-year-olds, 1 day a week
$75.00 per month (2013-14)
Co-op 3 year olds, 2 days a week
$100.00 per month
Traditional 3 year old, 2 days a week
$120.00 per month
Co-op 4 year olds,
3 days a week
$125.00 per month
Traditional 4 year olds, 3 days a week
$150.00 per month
Traditional 5 year olds, 3 days a week
$190.00 per month
Little Methodist Preschool has been serving
the Lodi community for 45 years.
We are a not-for-profit school providing both traditional and cooperative
classes for three- and four-year-olds, as well as a
tional class for two-year-olds and five-year-olds. We are able to offer a low teacher-child
ratio (1 – 5) as well as smaller
class sizes, with our largest class having only 15 children.
Our schedule is based on a school year that runs from August through May, corresponding to the LUSD schedule. Registration takes place in March,
but parents may call the school at any time to see if there are class openings available.
The school is not restrictive as to racial, national or religious origin. A
preschool Parent Board composed of parents and the Director governs the Preschool
in accordance with applicable laws and regulations under the auspices of the
First United Methodist Church, Lodi.
We invite you to explore the oppor-
tunities for your child at
Little Methodist Preschool at 200 West Oak Street in Lodi.
The Purpose of the School
Within a loving environment we seek to provide:
A curriculum that respects how a young child learns, and will provide activities that are
age appropriate for preschoolers.
Activities that encourage direct experience and discovery.
Developing social skills through supervised play with other children of the same age.
Language development through stories, song and conversation.
A growing sense of interest and wonder toward science and the natural world.
Visits to places or to people of interest in our community.
Wholesome physical activity.
Opportunities to develop independence and a self worth.
Activities that encourage spiritual growth and awareness that each child is special in the eyes of God.