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Wolfeboro Nursery School


https://www.wolfeboronurseryschool.org

The Wolfeboro Nursery School is a non-profit cooperative pre-school in Wolfeboro that offers children ages 3 - 6 an educational experience that encourages them to be creative, question and explore the world around them, and take risks. The school's curriculum is dedicated to fostering the love of learning during a child’s first school experience.

The Wolfeboro Nursery School was formed in 1953 based on the local need for early childhood education after the war, emphasizing the quality of early childhood education, parental involvement and community participation. The Wolfeboro Nursery School has been a part of the community for over 60 years and works with children from Wolfeboro and surrounding communities. 

Located at 258 South Main Street, the school strongly encourages parents to participate in their children's education by volunteering as a classroom helper, where parents can gain insight into their child's learning process and social development. The school also encourages families to network with one another to schedule playdates, or make new friends themselves. Parents can also also play an active role in school administrative duties, fundraising and curriculum.

The school's curriculum uses a research-based pre-K curriculum that integrates into a play-oriented atmosphere. The curriculum features language arts, math and science concepts into child centered projects and activities. Field trips are also incorporated into the curriculum to further promote exploration and learning. Additionally, the school offers enrichment programs that invite individuals to guest teach in their areas of expertise. 

The Wolfeboro Nursery School offers a variety of community events including the annual Father Daughter Dance, Annual Orientation Potluck, Spring Auctions, 1K Endurance Challenge. The school also sponsors community events such as The Wolfeboro Festival of Trees, Week of the Young Child Celebration, Annual Christmas Parade and Fourth of July Parade.

To learn more about the Wolfeboro Nursery School, visit their website by clicking here.  

 

 

 

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