Holy Trinity Day School was founded in 1967 by Abbie Woodson, wife of the former Holy Trinity priest, the Reverend James Woodson, to accommodate a growing need for kindergarten facilities in the city ofAuburn, as no public kindergartens were available at the time. Later, the school would add a pre-k program. As public kindergarten became available, the day school thrived by offering a half-day alternative. The day school continues to minister to the children and families of Lee County and East Alabama on behalf of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. You can contact us at (334)821-9838 or at email@example.com.
HTDS is a traditional preschool utilizing a variety of methods, both tradtional and current. Our primary reading readiness emphasis is phonetics for both the Pre K and Kindergarten classes. Exploration is an important element of the preschool experience at school as well as on numerous field trips. Critical thinking skills are taught and encouraged. Throughout the day, children are given age appropriate tasks to develop those critical thinking skills as well as become more independent. We consider the child as a whole individual and strive to meet not only the academic skills, but also the social skills needed to succeed in school. HTDS is a family friendly Christian atmosphere that welcomes parental participation.
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Abrams’ Letter People visit the Pre-K students throughout the year with fun songs, activities, and lessons teaching phonetic sounds and life applications. Art activities not only promote creativity, but also eye-hand coordination, which is vital in the development of reading readiness and other preschool skills. There is also a focus on letter and number recognition and exploration. Handwriting Without Tears is also utilized as part of our curriculum.
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The reading readiness program is based on Lippincott’s Beginning to Read, Write, and Listen series, which is a phonetically based program that also incorporates, listening skills, following directions, fine motor skills, writing skills, and comprehension skills. Additional books are used to practice the reading skills. The mathematics program features McGraw-Hill’s Math Connections and emphasizes hands on math. Science, social studies, music, movement, art, literature are also included through out the year.
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