Current Openings at Tiny Trees Preschool for the 2016-17 School Year

171 Families have enrolled and paid a deposit for classes starting in the fall. Here’s a list of what spaces are available.

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CAMP LONG – WEST SEATTLE
AM Class | M – F | 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Sept – June | ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!
PM Class | Tue & Thur | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Sep – June |  5 SPOTS!
PM Class | M, W & F | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Sept – June Program | 4 SPOTS LEFT!
PM Class | M – F | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Sept – June Program | ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!
A hidden gem of West Seattle, Camp Long has inspired generations of scientists, climbers and explorers. This unique mix of history and natural splendor lends itself to a vibrant, playful and creative outdoor classroom. Your little scientist will explore magnificent forests full of hidden cedar groves, towering conifers and colorful salal and huckleberries where they will engage with symbols, letters and ideas and conduct their own experiments – testing the logic and possibilities of the natural world. Financial assistance (30% off tuition) still available for our PM Classrooms.

JOHN C. LITTLE PARK – OTHELLO LIGHT RAIL STATION & RAINIER VALLEY
AM Class | M – F | 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Year Round | ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!!
AM Class | M, W & F, 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Year Round | ONLY 3 SPOTS LEFT!!
AM Class | Tu & Thu, 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Year Round | FULL!
John C. Little brings a big dose of nature to Othello and Rainier Valley. With a vibrant community garden, a beautiful hillside forest and a playground, John C. Little makes an excellent location for science rich learning. In our outdoor classroom, nestled between the garden and the forest, your little one will learn with the seasons. During the spring and summer, they will plant, grow and eat from the community garden. In the fall, children will collect and count the colorful tree leaves and build piles and forts to play in. And in the winter, your little one will stay warm through active games and math and reading rich adventures. Financial assistance (30% off tuition) still available for our M/W/F & M-F classrooms.

JEFFERSON PARK – BEACON HILL LIGHT RAIL
AM Class | M – F | 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Year Round | FULL!
PM Class | M, W & F | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Year Round | ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT!!
Located on the crest of Beacon Hill with magnificent views of the Seattle skyline, Jefferson park is rich in opportunities for learning and wonder. With a new (and nature inspired) playground, a food forest full of tasty munchables and access to the greenhouses where the Park’s Department staff grow trees and other plants for the city, Jefferson Park is a perfect location for science and math rich exploration.

CARKEEK PARK – NORTH SEATTLE
PM Class | Tue & Thur | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Year Round | ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!
AM Class | M – F | 8:30 – 12:30 pm | Year Round | FULL!
PM Class | M, W & F | 1:30 – 4:30 pm | Year Round | FULL!
With extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, a pebbly beach full of hidden treasures and an active salmon stream, Carkeek Park is an ideal location for exploration and hands-on learning. Your adventurer will ramble through 220 acres of big mossy trees, get muddy and giggly in the hidden meadows, wetlands & beach, and search for salmon on the banks of Pipers Creek. At Carkeek Park, the majestic landscape is the third teacher – presenting ample opportunities to learn math and science concepts through the natural world.

Want more information? Check out our parent handbook or browse our blog. If at any time you have questions please feel free to contact us or give Erin a call at 458 202 9960.

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