Thursday, January 28
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Join us for a
Virtual Open House
Thursday, January 28 at 7pm
2020-21 School Year
SAND Preschool: Because childhood should look like ....
What Our Parents are Saying about SAND:
“As parents it's so crucial to feel confidence and trust when you drop off your child somewhere and we feel that 110% at SAND!"
"SAND means a lot to me. You were an amazing support system at a time when I was still trying to gain my footing as a new mom.”
“… thank you for making our first preschool experience such a positive one!!”
"You guys have an amazing program! My son attended for the 1st time last week and each day said 'I wanna go back to school, mommy!'. …. I'm singing praises for SAND school all over the community!"
“Thanks so much for welcoming my son to SAND! He had such a great first introduction to school. He was always excited to go, and I hope that carries over to preschool and the rest of his school years.”
“He really loves his class, and our family is very happy with (our son’s) love for school. He wasn't like that last year at the school he was attending. It might be because he is more ready to go to school, but I think it has more to do with the environment you have created at SAND.”
“I couldn’t be more grateful for (our daughter’s) experience at SAND. It’s been such a blessing for our family. She has been so loved and it’s the best gift.”
SAND is located just outside the city limits of Decatur, within walking distance to Dekalb Medical and less than 2 miles from Emory University. We are an outreach mission of North Decatur United Methodist Church. We offer classes for children ages 1 to Pre-K.
SAND welcomes childen ages 1 to 4 years. Our Reggio Inspired program is accredited by the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. We honor the spirit and inquisitive nature of our children through hands-on discovery and in depth explorations of the world around us.
Meet our staff
All of our teachers and assistants are CPR/First Aid and Safe Sanctuary certified. Our open door policy encourages parents to be an active particpant in their child's education.