Our school is located in the northwest corner of the St. Lucie West Centennial High School building.
Hours of Operation are: 6:30 am – 4:00 pm • Class instructional time begins at 8:30 am and lasts until 3:00 pm.
|Barbara Serynek||Director & High School Teacher||(772) 344-4446|
|Ramona Rowe||Pre-Kindergarten Teacher||(772) 344-4460|
|Marie Rodriguez||Classroom Assistant||(772) 344-4460|
|Myrna Rosen||Classroom Assistant||(772) 344-4460|
|Dottie Keane||High School Teacher||(772) 344-4460||x8405|
|Jennifer Metevia-Caruso||Speech Therapist||(772) 344-4445|
Eagles Nest Preschool is accredited by:
NAEYC – National Association for the Education of Young Children
DCF – Gold Seal Quality of Care
At Eagles Nest Preschool our goal is to provide an enriching and safe learning environment that is filled with motivating experiences so that all children will develop a strong foundation on which to build future educational success.
The educational philosophy of Eagles Nest Preschool seeks to provide a quality program enriched with a variety of teaching styles and learning experiences that prepare children for Kindergarten.
Our curriculum is based on Piaget’s theory of the Interactional Approach to child development. We provide developmentally appropriate and challenging activities that enhance a child’s physical, emotional, intellectual and social well-being.
We believe that early skills are learned best through a fine balance of self exploration, direct instruction activities, hands-ons activities, songs, stories, art projects, cooking projects, gross-motor and fine-motor activities.
The school is well equipped with a variety of materials which are both fun and educational for children. The staff is caring, nurturing and energetic.
Eagles Nest Preschool operates on the St. Lucie County School Board calendar. This school is closed when the St. Lucie County public schools are closed.
$100 weekly tuition includes:
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Eagles Nest Preschool is a laboratory preschool classroom for high school students who are enrolled in the Early Childhood Educational Academy. These students study developmentally appropriate practices for children from birth to age 12, and earn industry certifications. It provides the high school students the opportunity to observe a real classroom setting, acquire positive interaction with our students, and learn from our creative teachers.