Classrooms

St. Peter’s is a nationally accredited early childhood center educating children from ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.  We are licensed by the state of Minnesota and offer exceptional care to the children we serve.  We pride ourselves on having highly-qualified, loving staff and an unparalleled family atmosphere present within our center.

 
 
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Infants

We know it is not easy to leave your precious baby in the care of someone else,  so we have designed our infant room to feel like family care in a center environment.

 
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Waddlers

This is an important stage in your child's development.  Your child is learning about relationships with friends, starting to speak, growing in muscle development, and advancing in eating and napping.  It takes a special level of attention in a small class setting to help your child grow as a child of God.

 
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Toddlers

The Mighty Monkeys Toddler Classroom is for approximately 16-24 months. This room is full of growing and learning!  A large focus of this room is building relationships and learning social skills.

 
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Early Preschool

The Early Preschool Classroom is for those in the 24-36 month range where learning about sharing, counting, colors, shapes, and more keeps these energetic communicators busy! 

 
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Preschool

The Bees Room is full of 3 and 4 year-olds buzzing around as they learn about the world they live in.  This room is full of exploration and learning through play.  The children have the opportunity to learn through a variety of centers setup in the room as well as through hands-on art projects and the use other developmentally appropriate manipulatives.  Manners. conflict resolution, and listening are just a few of theimportant concepts taught in this class.  Stop in for a visit and see what all the “buzz” is about!

 
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Pre-Kindergarten

The Penguin Room is full of children honing the skills they will need for Kindergarten next year.  Although they work hard on writing their numbers and letters, they still spend much of their time exploring and learning through play!  They learn about and develop friendships, practice accountability, and strengthen their fine motor skills.  Stop in for a visit and see our future Kindergarteners in action!

 
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High-5

High-5 students want to learn all about the world and how it works. Teachers often build on this enthusiasm by offering projects that encourage children to delve deeper into the areas that interest them, surrounding the physical, intellectual, language and literacy, emotional, social, and spiritual domains of development.