Non-denominational, Christian preschool.
We are a non-denominational, Christian preschool for ages newborn to 5 years. We provide a loving atmosphere in which children can learn, grow and have fun! We have a Christ-centered program that includes the ABeka curriculum, Sensory Lab for hands on learning, Bible stories, prayer and teaching children to make right choices every day. We desire to help parents "build a firm foundation" for their child in an atmosphere of patience and love.
We use the ABeka curriculum.
We use the ABeka curriculum along with our Sensory Lab to give a well-rounded, age-appropriate program for preschoolers. We do lots of hands-on learning and fine motor skill development. We integrate crafts, song and memorization.
We offer activities, manners, respect, Bible, and fun!
We provide many activities as well as outdoor playtime in four different playground areas. The kids even get to bring their bikes to school once a week! Children learn how to switch to different stations at play time and clean up after themselves. We strongly believe in manners and teaching children about respect. Bible is a large part of what we do. We love teaching the children about Jesus and prayer. Sitting still and engaging at circle time is a fun part of our learning time. We cater to different learning styles and make learning fun!
Lexa Jack, M.Ed
Kinder & First Grade
Letty Kincaid started Cornerstone Connection in 1983, and God has blessed it ever since with the opportunity to touch the lives of children, parents, and teachers alike. Mrs. Kincaid's love for the kids is evident in every aspect of her work. The Cornerstone family is grateful to have such a present owner.
Lexa assumed the role of Director in 2012. She is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) and holds a Masters of Education degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. Her creation, The Kinectory, is evidence of her passion for sensory development and hands-on learning.
Kassi came on board in May of 2016 after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Concordia University Texas with a major in business administration. In 2019, she was awarded Administrator of the Year from the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children (TXAEYC).