Ms. Jen (Silas’s mom) was happy to dedicate her valuable time at our school and make an art project with all the classes in the art studio. Each classroom had a time slop to use the studio and make a special fall art activity. Your little ones enjoyed their time learning new language (squeeze and release), colors and the function of how to use an eye dropper.


Pasadena Christian Preschool is happy to share our current COVID-19 Response Policy for this school year. Our facility has been fully re-designed and prepared to meet all Federal, State, County, City, and Public Health standards and guidelines for health and safety of our students, families, and staff. Please click on the link below to read our full COVID-19 Response Policy. We would like to thank our families for their cooperation and help by adhering to all of our safety protocols. It is our desire to provide a safe, healthy, nurturing, and loving environment for every staff member, student, and family that is a part of our PCPS community.

2021 News & Reminders

Grandparent’s Day – Friday, December 10th – MINIMUM DAY: NOON DISMISSAL

Grandparent’s Day is back! Room 1 & 2 will be performing with the upper campus in our auditorium while Room’s 3, 4, & 5 will be presenting at the preschool.

All Grandparents should plan on parking at our Garfield Parking Lot located at 1492 N Garfield Ave., Pasadena, CA. 91104. Auditorium and Preschool doors open at 10am and programs will start at 10:30am. The preschool parking lot will be reserved for handicap parking and drop-off/pick-up only.

Room 1 & 2 Grandparents will head to the auditorium.

Room 3, 4, & 5 Grandparents will head to the preschool.

This is a MINIMUM DAY, Grandparents are welcome to take students post performances. We will send out a form to fill out prior to the day so we know who is going with whom.

Happy Birthday Jesus! – Saturday, December 11th

Happy Birthday Jesus is back in-person, hooray! This annual preschool tradition will take place on the PCS main campus in the auditorium. Each classroom has been preparing seasonal songs to share with all of our families.

Event Schedule:

  • 9:30am – Students are dropped off at the preschool to be organized by teachers.
    • Parents continue onto the auditorium to find seats.
  • 10:00am – Preschool performance.
  • 11:00am – Activities for children and families on the upper playground.
  • 12:00pm – Event ends.

Each classroom will be providing both a craft and game booth. This can be a wonderful way to earn some MVP hours. Room Parents will be sending out details of how you can help support this wonderful event.

PJs and Hot Cocoa Days – Thursday, December 16th & Friday, December 17th

One of our favorite Christmas traditions at preschool are our PJs and Hot Cocoa Days! We love getting cozy and watching a classic Christmas short such as How the Grinch Stole Christmas or Charlie Brown’s Christmas Special. Add a little popcorn, a warm cup of cocoa, a class full of friends and it makes for a wonderful time together.

Preschool Christmas Chapel – Thursday, December 16th

On our last day together prior to the Christmas break, we will celebrate the reason for the season in our traditional preschool Christmas chapel. The classes will each enjoy a group chapel time with me, Mr. Tim. Hooray!

Friday, December 17th – MINIMUM DAY: NOON DISMISSAL

Monday, December 20th through Monday, January 3rd

From our preschool family to yours…

We wish you a bright and merry Christmas break, may your time away be blessed and full of seasonal family fun! We can’t wait to see everyone again in the New Year.

Tuesday, January 4th – Preschool Resumes

Stone Soup

Stone Soup is a tradition at the preschool that we have done for quite awhile. You bring what you got and you put it in the pot!

The children love chopping the vegetables for the soup and then during lunch we all get to try the soup. Along with some fruit and bread!

The soup was so good. Thank you to all the parents who helped make the soup! 🍲
Some friends were fans of the soup and other friends. . . not so much. But we all tried new things!

Stone Soup teaches us about sharing and what awesome things we can do when we all work together! Thanks for all the yummy ingredients.

Happy Stone Soup days!

We had a wonderful time celebrating God’ gifts to us through our Stone Soup days! We began our days having wonderful parent volunteers come and read our story Fox Tale Soup. We then had fun filling in what we are thankful for on our craft! We also worked hard using our fine motor skills to cut and chop all our veggies for our soup! During our outside play time, our soup cooked and cooked, and at lunch we tried it and we LOVED it! Yum!

Thank you to our amazing parent helpers who came and helped assist in the festivities and those who brought ingredients to share! You made thus year a success!

Have a blessed Thanksgiving reflecting on all God have given in His perfect provision!


your Room 2 teachers ❤️

“Give thanks to the LORD for He is good. His love endures forever.” Psalm 118:1

Farm Days

Last week we had some special visitors! Animal visitors in fact. Usually this time of the year we go to a farm and this year the farm came to us.

We talked about what animals we might see and what sounds they make. We also made some cool headbands to wear while we pet them.

The goats were a big hit and we got to feed them hay and carrots.
We tried to take a group photo (it’s so hard to look in one direction).
The pig was a fan favorite. Her name was Anastasia.
The goats were soooo hungry!
We loved being able to interact with the animals.

It was so much fun seeing farm animals and getting to touch them. We ended our farm day by making paper plate animals; pigs and sheep. Some friends made more than one ( you’re welcome!)


Thanksgiving is for giving thanks and being grateful for all that we have. In classroom #4 we are blessed by our kids and their parents.

Stone Soup was a fun and amazing event. It was a special time together shopping vegetables sharing and enjoying each other’s company.

May God bless you all. Happy Thanksgiving.


We planted sunflowers in our garden, we have been caring for them for many weeks. The children always remind us to water them and to make sure there are no bugs eating them.

Oh, Yes! these seeds came from the flowers we planted last year. Our kids were very patient and alert, waiting and waiting for something to happen. It was so exciting for us to hear from some of the kids “ we see something coming out,” and them pointing out to the sprouts that appearing out from the ground. The sunflowers now measure about six to twelve inches tall.