ADVENTURE ARK PLAYSCHOOL
The Adventure Ark Playschool offers children a safe, loving, faith-filled environment where they can play and develop under the supervision of qualified, loving Christian caregivers. Students will experience fun “adventures” listening to stories, making crafts, playing games, enjoying music, playing with toys, and enjoying fresh air on our playground. Every day at the Ark offers engaging experiences that support your child’s social, emotional, and intellectual growth and prepares them for preschool.
Our Playschool is a church-based mother's day out styled program that provides part-time childcare for children ages 6 months – 2 years and runs from August through May. Parents can choose from Monday/Wednesday classes or Tuesday/Thursday classes. For more information, please contact Kara Woodard.
“As a parishioner, parent and teacher at Prince of Peace Catholic School, I feel truly blessed that all four of my children attended Adventure Ark. Kara and her amazing staff always go above and beyond our expectations for both fun and education. My mind is always at ease knowing that my children are well taken care of, safe and in a place that
facilitates learning. The Adventure Ark staff is like family and love and nurture your child as if he or she is one of their own.”
“Our daughter had two wonderful years at Adventure Ark Playschool. We couldn’t be happier and more grateful for such wonderful teachers and dedicated staff who managed to keep the playschool open during the pandemic and kept my little one safe and healthy. My daughter loves her teachers dearly and talks about them often. She was always excited about going to school in the mornings. She knows by heart all her prayers. It is delightful to hear her pray every night before going to bed.”
“Adventure Ark is where it all started for our family when our daughter Lexi was just 9 months old. Having our children immersed in our Catholic faith was very important, and Prince of Peace does that so beautifully starting at the very beginning when they are babies. It’s difficult to find words to describe how grateful I am for such an amazing experience.”