Little Miracles Preschool Registration open for 2021-2022 school year

on June 3, 2021

Little Miracles, an on-site preschool located in Monroe-Woodbury High School, is part of the Early Childhood Education curriculum. High school sophomores, juniors and seniors enrolled in Early Childhood Education courses, under the direction of faculty members Mrs. Garvey and Mrs. Pirraglia, plan lessons, prepare materials and serve as teachers. This eleven-week program is in operation every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with exact dates and times determined by the high school class schedule each year. There are two sessions, morning and afternoon, in both the Fall and Spring semesters. 

To register your child, please complete the online registration form: Little Miracles Registration Form

Details for parents and guardians:

  • Children should be four years old before the program begins and must be up to date with immunizations.
  • The program is free of charge and open to all four-year-olds residing in the Monroe-Woodbury School District.
  • Parents may request Fall or Spring morning or afternoon class sessions.
  • Registration Forms are due in late spring for Fall classes. Deadlines and information are posted on the Little Miracles page on the district website.

Fall 2021 Registration Deadline: June 15, 2021

Parents will receive email notifications concerning their application, so it is important that a valid email address be provided on the registration form.

If there are more registrations than openings, a lottery will be held to select students.

Please complete the Little Miracles Registration Form

Little Miracles Philosophy

  • Teenagers and preschoolers are an appropriate match when creating an Early Childhood Education environment.
  • Teenagers and children learn from each other.
  • A child thrives in an environment that addresses the five areas of a child’s development: intellectual, emotional, physical, social and moral.
  • Positive attention, caring and encouragement help build positive self-esteem.
  • Positive self-esteem is key to the success of the learner.
  • Learning is a continuous process and involves active participation.
  • Teaching children self-help skills leads to independence.