Preschool in Utica, MI 48315
Utica, MI 48315
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PRESCHOOL – SCHOOL AGE –
SACC is available before and after school offering quality child care and supervision.
SACC typically operates from 7:00 a.m. until school begins and after school until 6:00 p.m.
Hours may vary at some schools. Contact the school office for information and fees.
Welcome to Beacon Tree Elementary School! We serve over 750 students in Kindergarten through sixth grade.
My name is Gail Clor and I have had the honor of being principal of this wonderful learning community since we opened in 2005. I am happy to welcome you as valued members of our school family.
I am honored to be able to work with your children. I understand the importance of assembling a staff that is positive highly qualified student-centered and who are themselves life-long learners.
For eight years I served as principal of Burr Elementary School part of the Utica Community Schools. My professional years have been enhanced by my teaching and administrative experiences in Ferndale and the Dearborn School District. I received my graduate undergraduate and administrative degree from Oakland University.
As a youngster I attended schools in Detroit and Warren and then moved to Shelby Township. My British heritage introduced me to Scottish Dancing and after competing nationally and internationally I taught Scottish Dancing for 25 years.
My love of children and the educational process provides the basis for the educational philosophy that I want to make a part of Beacon Tree: that every child is a unique individual who will be treated with respect in a positive learning environment. I am committed to serving students parents and staff and to facilitate the growth of individual learners.
Helping your children honor the worth and dignity of themselves and others is vital. Providing learning and growth opportunities for students in an optimal learning environment is the highest priority. Parent involvement is a critical component of our elementary school. Open communication with parents is essential. I welcome and encourage active parent involvement and communication.
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We are proud to offer the largest self-supporting early childhood programs in the State of Michigan. Classes for infants toddlers and preschoolers are located conveniently throughout our district.
Our classes provide a bridge from home to school. Teachers serve as a resource for parents providing information about child growth and development. Young children learn to expand their world from family and home to friends and “school.” As children establish relationships with teachers and classmates they enjoy the opportunity to explore problem solve and create. In recent years brain research has proven the critical value of these early experiences.