Virtual Preschool, Young 5’s & Kindergarten Roundup
In this video, topics discussed are, “A dozen reasons to choose Muskegon Catholic Central. Meet Mrs. Callow and more. Join us for your face to face open house event on Friday, April 23rd from 5-6:30 pm.
Muskegon Catholic Central will assess all incoming Kindergarten students to determine best placement for Young 5’s or Kindergarten. Please take a moment to click here and sign you child up for a time to complete this assessment.
Muskegon Catholic Preschool
Preschool ~ 3 years old ~ Tues/Wed/Thurs ~ 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
(Optional half day choice: Preschool/3 year old/Tues,Wed,Thurs/12:00 PM-3:00 PM)
PreKindergarten ~ 4 years old ~ Mon-Fri ~ 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
(Optional half day choice: PreKindergarten/4 year old/Mon-Fri/8:00 AM-11:00 AM)
Muskegon Catholic Central Preschool program follows an age-appropriate and developmental theme-based curriculum. This high-quality program engages children in active hands-on learning and meaningful relevant experiences. The curriculum builds on the needs and interests of the children and values play and social interaction in a Christ-centered classroom. Experienced and qualified teachers introduce early literacy, math, science, gross/fine motor skills, and much more!
Faith. Moving. Forward.
Children in the MCC preschool program also begin their own faith journey by observing together the beauty, wonder, and joy-giving elements of their lives. We help the child know a loving God through family and friends, creation, and their senses. We read Bible stories designed for their level of understanding, begin the day with prayer, and celebrate the Holy days and feasts of the Church. We also teach a simple prayer before snack and the Sign of the Cross. Christian living and proper social behavior are stressed in all of our activities.
Muskegon Catholic K-6 Academics
We are blessed with the opportunity to educate our students in spirit, mind and body. We engage in prayer every morning. We also attend Mass weekly, pray the Living Rosary and have Adoration once a month.
Our dedicated teaching staff focuses attention on each individual child, to ensure that he/she masters the academic concepts that are taught each day. Our staff meet consistently in professional learning communities. Through these learning communities our staff is able to assess student learning through the use of continued informal and formal assessment.
Three times a year; fall, winter and spring, our students complete the NWEA Map assessment and the Acadience Reading Assessments. We continue to progress monitor students’ growth in their learning throughout the entire school year, to ensure we are meeting all of our students’ needs.
Our students are blessed to be able to participate daily in a fine arts class; spanish, music, physical education, computers, and art. We invite you to spend some time on our school page, where you can learn more about our Preschool and Prekindergarten programs, Small Blessings Childcare, curriculum, etc. Most importantly, we encourage you to visit our school.
K-6 Administrative Staff
Mrs. Stephanie Callow, Principal PK-12
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Ms. Vanessa Marble, Assistant Principal PK-12
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Mrs. Kristi Wagenmaker, PK-6 Admin Assistant
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Important Info & Links
Calendars and Schedules
- MCC Activity Request Form
- Asthma Management Plan Parent Permission Form
- Field Trip Permission Form
- Health Appraisal Form for Preschool and Kindergarten
- Parent and Athlete Concussion Information Sheet
- 2022-23 Medicine Authorization Form
- Food Service Letter 2020
- Free and Reduced Lunch Application
- How to Apply for Free & Reduced Lunch
Fundraisers and Ways To Support Our School
K-6 Uniform Requirements
PK-6 Supply List
Our staff and students engage in a PBIS System to help teach and support our students in learning our school procedures and expectations when engaging in different activities. Our Crusaders strive to follow our Crusader expectations of being respectful, responsible, safe and Christ-Like even when no one is watching. Students receive crusader tickets when they are displaying these expectations. We celebrate every week by drawing 12 crusader tickets on each Friday. We also have a monthly crusader celebration, where we celebrate all of our Crusaders who have continued to show these Crusader Expectations for the entire month.