Dear Families and Alumni of Resurrection Preschool,
To say these past couple years have been crazy would be a major understatement. Much like the rest of the world, Resurrection Preschool has endured a year of creative problem solving, determination and ambiguity. We started the 2020-2021 school year in a precarious position, but we were certain that we wanted to help our families. Unfortunately, passion and determination aren’t enough to keep our little school afloat. Even though we started the year off with a deficit, we were hopeful that we’d regain the ability to have a full roster and keep our preschool running. However, low enrollment and program closures due to state mandates, along with other factors have brought us to the heartbreaking decision to close our school. The last day of programming was July 31, 2021; at the end of summer camp.
We are very proud of the work that we have accomplished. The staff has worked diligently to provide a safe and nurturing learning environment for our students. From day one, our priority was to have a place where children can still be children, even in the middle of a pandemic. Our students have reminded us of the value of resiliency, growth and love. We hope to use these tools to appreciate the changes to come. Just like our students, let’s take what Resurrection Preschool has given us and welcome new opportunities.