PEER MODEL PROGRAMPeer models are children without special needs who are aged 3-4 and pre-kindergarten. Peer models are expected to be fully toilet trained and demonstrate age-appropriate skills in the following areas: Communication, Motor Abilities, Social Skills, Behavior, and Academic Readiness.Center Grove accepts applications for peer models year-round. These openings include: AM Sessions, 4 half-days, for 3-4-year-olds, which run from 8:45-11:30 a.m. at a rate of $150/month; OR PM Sessions, 5 half-days, for Pre-Kindergarten Aged Students, from 1:00 p.m.-3:45 p.m. at a rate of $180/month.The Developmental Community Preschool is located at Sugar Grove Elementary School. The AM Sessions run Monday-Thursday and the PM Sessions run Monday-Friday.What is a Peer Model?Peer models are children without special needs who are aged 3-4 and pre-kindergarten. Peer models are expected to be fully toilet-trained and demonstrate age appropriate skills in the following areas: Communication, Motor Abilities, Social Skills, Behavior, and Academic Readiness.
Why Choose for your child to be a Peer Model in the Developmental Community Preschool Program?
Center Grove's Development Community Preschool program is staffed by highly trained, certified teachers. The research-based curriculum is aligned to State Standards. Our staff is committed to your child’s academic, social, and emotional growth. Because the Development Community Preschool program is located at Sugar Grove Elementary, your child will experience a structured school setting, which provides the ultimate Kindergarten preparation.
The Development Community Preschool program provides hands-on, child-centered activities. Our teachers and staff collaborate with Sugar Grove's kindergarten teachers to help ensure your child's readiness.
If you have questions about the Peer Model program or are ready to enroll, please contact: Lisa Hardin, Special Services Secretary, Center Grove Schools, 317-881-9326, ext. 1678.