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AWEE - Kindergarten 

Phone: 205-663-5942 (Option 1) or 205-663-3531  |  Director - Cathi Pevey
Office Hours:  Monday ~ Friday 8:00AM ~ 2:00PM
The mission of AWEE Kindergarten is to follow God’s direction in making the kindergarten learning experience a happy and successful one.  With qualified teachers and assistants, our goal is to help children reach their full potential in their formative years.

We offer an age appropriate curriculum for K3-K4-K5 children.  Our K5 students are ready to enter first grade when they have successfully completed our program.  We offer Early Care 8:00-9:00 a.m. and After Lunch Bunch 12:05-1:55 p.m.

Our teachers are professionals.  Each class has a teacher and an assistant, at least one of whom has a college degree.  All teachers are required to have yearly training in the Early Education field.  Our teachers are caring Christian leaders with a love for children and a passion for education.
Classes – All class times are 9:00 a.m. – Noon
K3 – 2 day (Tuesday/Thursday) or 5 day (M-F)
K4 – 3 day (Monday/Wednesday/Friday) or 5 day (M-F)
K5 – 5 day (Monday – Friday)
We follow Alabaster City Schools for holidays, weather days, or any other dismissals.

Early Care Extension
Monday-Friday 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Cost $3.00/day

After Lunch Bunch Extension
Monday-Friday 12:05-1:55 p.m.
$4.00 daily (if prepaid monthly by deadline)
$5.00 daily (drop-in)

Click Here for a printable 2022-23 Kindergarten Registration Form (BEGINNING FEB 1ST)
ATTN: CATHI PEVEY OR CALL 205-663-5942 (Option 1)

K-3-4-5 Curriculum

K3 – “Let Loose on Mother Goose” – Academics – Art – Music – Manipulatives – Bible
K4 – “Alphabet Puppets” – Learning Without Tears – Math Activities – Art – Music – Manipulatives – Bible
K5 – “Modern Mathematics” – “Focus on Fives” – Phonics – Whole Language – Learning Without Tears – Science Activities

We offer several field trips throughout the year to provide enrichment for our academic programs.  We also offer weekly chapel time for each class to share Godly values and lessons with the students through Bible stories, music, and prayer.

"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it". Proverbs 22:6