Little Bucks Buckeye Preschool

A "5-Star Rated Preschool Program by the Ohio Department of Education 


Regular Preschool Times 

AM 8:35 AM - 11:20 AM 

PM 12:40 PM - 3:25 PM 


Late Arrival Preschool Times 

AM 10:35 AM - 12:20 PM 

PM 1:40 PM - 3:25 PM 


 

FALL FUNDRAISER 

All money is due November 9. Please write one check, payable to Buckeye Intermediate School for your entire order.

Products will be delivered October 24 from 4 pm - 7 pm (parent-teacher conference night). You must pick up your order on October 24. Items are delivered frozen and cannot be held at the school overnight. 

For more information, including the cumulative prize list, please go HERE

 


 

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES REGISTRATION

Buckeye Intermediate is using PTCFast.com again this year to make parent teacher conference signups as convenient as possible. Please use the provided link HERE to sign your student(s) up for conferences.

If you do not have access to a smart phone or the Internet, or if you are having issues registering your student(s), please contact the Intermediate Offices at kmoore(at)buckeyeschools.org or x 4339. 

 


 

RED RIBBON WEEK - October 22 - October 26 

Below is a list of Spirit Days and activities that will take place during Red Ribbon Week. Please encourage your child to participate and show that they are Drug Free!

October 22 - “We are Drug Free.” Wear red to celebrate the start of Red Ribbon Week.

October 23 - "Life Is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free". Wear your favorite “destination t-shirt” to show all across the world let’s spread the message to be drug-free.

October 24 - “Sock It to Drugs.” Wear silly socks to show your support to stay drug free and wear orange to celebrate Unity Day.

October 25 - “My future is too bright for drugs"  Wear something “Neon”  to show your support to live a healthy life!

October 26 - “Team up Against Drugs.” Wear something that shows your support for your favorite sports team while “teaming up against drugs”.  

 


 

LATE ARRIVAL INFORMATION 

In our ongoing effort to reduce the amount of teacher professional development during the school day as well as reducing the amount of time substitutes are in our classrooms, we are again implementing seven late arrivals to the school year.

These dates are on the back of the school calendar: November 14 January 16 February 13 March 13 and May 8.

School will start two hours later on these dates. If your child rides a Buckeye School bus they will be picked up two hours later than their regular time. School dismissal times will not be affected.

Our first Late Arrival is this Wednesday, September 12, 2018. The start of school will be delayed 2 hours.

Car riders will begin unloading at 10:20 AM. 

AM Pre­school hours will be 10:35 ­AM arrival and 12:20 PM dismissal.

PM Pre­school arrival will be 1:40 ­PM and 3:25 PM dismissal. 

If you have any questions please contact your child’s building. 

 


 

SCHOOL PICTURE INFORMATION

If you have questions regarding school pictures, please contact LifeTouch directly at 1-800-736-4753 or email WPCustomerSerivce(at)Lifetouch.com

 


 

LITTLE BUCKS PRESCHOOL FIELD TRIPS 

October 5th- Beriswells Farm 
All Preschool: 1:30 PM 

November 9th- Buckeye Activity Center 
AM: 12:30-1:30
PM: 2:00-3:00

November 30th- All Fired Up
AM: 11:00-12:00
PM: 1:00-2:00

If you have specific questions, please contact your student's teacher.

 


 

LITTLE BUCKS PRESCHOOL TUITION 

Little Bucks Preschool Tuition is due the 1st of each month. It is $160.00 per month. 

All payments must be received in the Intermediate office on or before the 7th of each month to avoid the $25 late payment fee. Any payment received in the office after the 7th of each month will automatically be assessed the $25 late payment fee. Mailed checks will be considered late if post-marked after the 7th of the month.

Cash and checks made payable to Buckeye Intermediate School are accepted in the office. They can be mailed or dropped off in the office. Please do not send payments with your preschool student. Preschool teachers can not accept payments. Tuition payments may also be made online using PayForIt.net

If you have any questions concerning your tuition payments, please contact Ms. Moore via email kmoore(at)buckeyeschools.org or at x 4339. 

 


 

ONLINE STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

New Student Link

Returning Student Link

Your username is your student ID (this is the same number as your child’s lunch code, and it is available on report cards, in Progress Book, and in PayForIt) & your password is your student's birthday (MM/DD/YYYY) make sure to include 8 digits in the birthday and the two backslashes. 

Because of the important nature of information contained in Registration Gateway, students of parents who have not completed verification will not have access to the following:

Students will not have access to the District Computer Network or Internet for class activities. 

 


 

STUDENT ABSENCES

Please remember to call the school absence line at ext 9204 to report when your child is absent from school due to an appointment or an illness. Please help us make sure your children are safe by calling the absence line.

Please do not call the Buckeye Intermediate office or use email to report a student absence. If the regular staff member is absent, substitute staff do not have access to email.

 


 

LITTLE BUCKS PRESCHOOL SCREENINGS 

Preschool Screenings for the 2018-2019 school year are closed.  If you are interested in being added to the Waitlist for the 2018-2019 school year, please contact Special Education Secretary, Mrs. Tracy Taylor at 330-722-8257 ext 1005.  

 


 

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY AND GOALS
 

The philosophy of Buckeye Local Schools Preschool is based on meeting the individual, developmental needs of all children with and without special needs. The developmental preschool seeks to provide an environment that encourages all children to explore, ask questions and learn things that he/she needs and wants to know about their world.

Our preschool program follows the Ohio Department of Education Early Learning Content Standards in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science. The curriculum provides a balance of child-centered and teacher facilitated activities that encourage children to investigate, manipulate and experiment as they construct their own knowledge.

The preschool curriculum provides the foundation for future academic success by: building upon previous knowledge and skills; aligning with the Ohio Early Learning Content Standards; and by providing individualized and integrated approaches to assessment, curriculum and instruction. The curriculum addresses key areas of child development including aesthetic and artistic development, emotional and social development, intellectual development, physical development and well being and development of responsibility.

 


 

LITTLE BUCKS PRESCHOOL STAFF

 

Name E-Mail Title Extension
Mr. Brendan Zepp bzepp(at)buckeyeschools.org Director of Special Education 1004
Mrs. Tayor ttaylor(at)buckeyeschools.org Secretary, Special Education 1005
Mrs. Heinle wheinle(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Teacher  4322
Mrs. Iorfida jiorfida(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Teacher  4320
Mrs. Rogers  lrogers(at)buckeyeschools.org  Preschool Teacher  4321
Mrs. Fike jfike(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Paraprofessional  4322
Mrs. Savich  jsavich(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Paraprofessional  4321
Mrs. Young kyoung(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Paraprofessional  4320
Mrs. Jamieson hjamieson(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Paraprofessional 

4322

Mrs. Chormanski mchormanski(at)buckeyeschools.org Preschool Substitute Teacher 4320
    for Mrs. Iorfida   
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