Welcome to Rush Nursery School
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We are always looking for additional parents to volunteer to assist with snow clearing on the walkway to the school. If you can help out, please contact our parent liaison, Lisa Gasser at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will gladly add you to the rotation. Thank you!!!
There will be an informational meeting held on Tuesday, December 3rd at 7:00pm at Rush Nursery School. This meeting is to explain the registration process for 4 year olds. Rush Nursery School offers a variety of programs including Universal Pre-Kindergarten (this program is funded by the state) which has limited slots. Connie Bellanca, from the RH school district will be present to answer any questions you might have about the registration process for Universal Pre-Kindergarten. Karen Hart and Kirstin O'Connell will also be available to answer any questions. If you have any questions about this meeting, please contact Kirstin O'Connell at 749-6166 or email at email@example.com.
New Class offering: 2 and 3 year olds combined class. Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30pm - 3pm.
We also still have openings for some 4 year old classes.
If you know of anyone who is interested, please have them call the registrar at 334-0664.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
Rush Nursery School (RNS) operates separate traditional preschool classes for two, three and four year old children in Henrietta, NY. We have children who attend our nursery school who are from Rush, Mendon, Scottsville, Pittsford, Brighton, Rochester, Wheatland, Avon and Henrietta, NY. Currently we are also a satellite for the Rush Henrietta Universal Pre-K (UPK) Program. The major emphasis of our program is to provide an atmosphere within which children will grow in self-esteem, confidence, and social skills.
Our two year old classes have a maximum class size of twelve children. The structure of their program provides an environment which helps them to accept non-family, caring, adult guidance. They are encouraged to actively participate in group and individual activities. These activities encourage socialization.
Our three year old classes have a maximum class size of sixteen children. The structure of their program provides an environment which helps them to accept non-family, caring, adult guidance. They are encouraged to actively participate in group and individual activities. These activities emphasize large and small motor coordination, sharing with others and independence.
The four year old program offers children the opportunity to discover new ways in which to use familiar materials and abilities with an emphasis on readiness skills. Listening and verbal skills are expanded to foster meaningful conversation and creative communication. Large and small motor activities are included within the structures of group games, music, and crafts both indoors and outdoors. The maximum class size is twenty.