Lawton School Year Program Information

Posted on: May 4, 2018


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  • Lawton Elementary

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Having been inspired by Reggio Emilia, and the Creative Curriculum, our methods focus on helping children: grasp a love for learning, obtain a sense of independence, build and maintain relationships, and gain an appreciation for their community all while developing Kindergarten-readiness skills. We welcome all families and take pride in our efforts to create an anti-bias environment that promotes diversity and multi-cultural appreciation.

Program Details

Registering Now: September 2018 – June 2019 (Must be age 3 prior to September 1 and potty-trained). We are now located off-site, at Magnolia Presbyterian Church.

Half Day Program: 8:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Full Day Program: 8:15 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.

Daily Schedule

8:15-9:45 — Arrival, wash hands, choice time
9:30—Snack available (optional)
9:50-10:40—Clean up, outside time, large motor skills
10:40-11:45—Wash hands, Welcome Circle (calendar, weather), large group focus activity (Science, Math, Literacy, Writing, Social/Emotional)
11:30—Half-day dismissal
12:15-12:30—Quiet reading
12:30-12:50—Second outside time, large motor skills
12:50-1:30—Choice time
1:30-1:45—Recall lesson/large group focus activity


Lisa Oordt—Child Care Director
Jennifer Allman—Preschool Director/Teacher

Information and Forms for Download

Child Care Family Handbook


Lawton Boys & Girls Club offers after school programs serving Lawton elementary school.​ We are now located inside the Commons (cafeteria) of the school.

Hours of Operation

Afternoon Program: End of school day until 6 p.m. (open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. during school breaks)

Daily Afternoon Schedule

2:25-3:00  Kids arrive and have free time in the room, eat snack, and can choose to participate in the structured art activity or other group project provided
3:00 – 3:20 – Clean room and have group circle (kids reflect on their day or discuss a certain topic depending on weekly theme) 
3:20-4:15 –
Outside time: kids can participate in organized group game or have free play
4:15-4:45 – Power Half Hour: all kids do homework and/or reading
4:45 – 5:45 – Option time, includes a combination of the following: art/craft activity, second outside time, board games, science or cooking project
5:45-6:00 – Free choice, clean up any leftover projects or games from the day

Information and Forms for Download

Child Care Family Handbook


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