All Saints' Day school is a licensed kindergarten and preschool providing a positive, rewarding experience within a Christian environment. As part of our Day School program, our Extended Care Service is designed to accommodate the working parent and offers care from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., 5 days a week.
All Saints' Day School is administered by a highly trained and caring staff. A child's unique personality and potential is developed within a small groups, with a curriculum stressing social functioning, pre-academic readiness, art, music and physical development. Individual and group instruction is coupled with constructive play activities.
History The preschool was started by Father Charles Supin, Martha Jane Whitaker and Margaret Wruble in September 1973. Many donations from local businesses and individuals helped as the school grew. The women of All Saints held a fund-raising luncheon and craft boutique which raised $1,000 for the school. After several years, Mark Lange, the Chairman of the Day School Board and an administrator with the Clark County School District, helped obtain the license for a kindergarten from the Nevada State Department of Education. Shortly after a day care program was begun.
We started out with just twelve children and now have an enrollment of 60 children with one toddler room, six preschool classes and one kindergarten class. We went from a staff of two to our present staff of ten. September 2008 marked our 35th year making us one of the oldest preschools in Las Vegas.
The Christian concepts of sharing, cooperating and helping others are all part of the preschool curriculum. We have Chapel each week during the academic year on Wednesday mornings at 11:00 a.m.
The children and their parents contribute to the Outreach Program by providing baskets at Easter, having a food drive at Thanksgiving, and holding varied programs like St. Jude's Trike-a-Thon.