Sunset is like no other school!
The environment, routine and curriculum are unique and we invite you to come in and see the difference.
Above are pictures that will give you a "snapshot" into a day in the life at Sunset Nursery School.
Sunset adheres to the standards of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and is a member of the Childcare Council of Westchester.
Sunset's teachers are all certified in the field of early childhood. All teachers and aides are all certified for cpr and first aide.
Director: Melissa Wassil
2 Year Old Programs:
Teachers: Jennifer Donnelly
Teacher Assistant: Carol Steinberg
3 Year Old Programs:
Teachers: Graceann Dolan and Michelle Kendel
Teacher Assistants: Sarah Jersey and Barbara Prego
4 Year Old Programs:
Teachers: Elaine Bell and Kim Sherman
Teacher Assistants: Jill LaRocque, Michelle Kendel and Amy Kendel
Why choose Sunset Nursery School for your child's early education?
Sunset is an academically strong, play with a purpose, Christian school. We are not a school of one faith, however, we celebrate different faiths and cultures and focus on the golden rule, "Doing to others as we would have them do unto you". We support the preschool Common Core program in a child-friendly and appropriate manner. The focus is on literacy and math skills using the Pre-K NYS common core program that compliments the NYS CC kindergarten program, so they are ready when they move on to the elementary school. Also, on a daily basis, they will enjoy art, dance, spanish, yoga, sign language, Go No Sen Kinderkicks, Minday Sax music, cooking, science and more! Our focus is on strengthening your child's God given talents, and we place a high emphasis on building independence, self esteem and individuality. With our 5 dynamic centers in the main room, the children have daily "free play". It is important to never underestimate the importance play has in a pre-school program. There must be an opportunity for center time play incorporated into their day. Play allows for creativity and the development of their imagination. It teaches emotional control, appropriate social interaction and healthy brain development and it is an integral part of their early childhood experience.