Jack & Jill Preschool
16 Sylvan Street Danvers, MA 01923
The Hours are : Monday - Friday 9 am - 12:00 pm
Lunch Bunch 12:00-1:00 MWF
Department of Early Education and Care Licensed for ages Ages 2.9 -7 years old.
Jack & Jill Preschool is owned and operated by
Holy Trinity United Methodist Church at 16 Sylvan Street in Danvers, MA. We are located across the street from the library. The Jack & Jill Preschool opened September 10, 1973. It began as a much needed service to the community.
The program provides a developmentally appropriate curriculum and care for preschool children from 2.9 to 7 years of age. Our program is focused on creating an environment in which children can form a positive self-image and a healthy awareness of the world around them. We strive to provide a stimulating learning experience that fosters physical, emotional, intellectual and social growth aligned with the Massachusetts Early Childhood Education Curriculum Guidelines and Standards.
We have a beautiful and bright facility. We have a large fenced in safe, playground with brand new structures and a large motor play space inside as well. We have large classrooms to move around in and a sensory room with colorful new equipment.
Today our program continues to be a valuable service to the local community providing a loving, caring environment for preschoolers to learn and grow!
Jack & Jill Philosophy
It is the philosophy of Jack & Jill Preschool that early childhood should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploring, and discovery. Preschool children are creative and receptive. The staff strives to nurture and encourage these qualities in the children who attend. We believe that each child is a special and unique individual.
Our purpose is to provide an environment that encourages social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development of the child as a whole.
The Jack and Jill Preschool encourages the young child to grow at their own developmental pace. Planned within the framework of philosophy and purpose, Our curriculum includes sharing and conversation time, stories, songs, finger plays, creative art activities, crafts, games, gross motor activities, field trips, food preparation, science and nature activities, exposure to shapes, colors, numbers and letters and multicultural experiences.