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New Project Most Program for 3 and 4-Year-Olds

Thu, 09/07/2023 - 10:18

The latest new offering from Project Most is an early-childhood educational program designed for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds, running for three hours each weekday at the Most Holy Trinity School in East Hampton beginning Sept. 18.

The program is designed and taught by certified elementary school and early-childhood teachers, including Jacqueline Gravina-Wohlleb, who has 20 years of experience in the field and was the creator and teacher of the Early Learning Lab at the Neighborhood House, this program’s predecessor.

“At three and four years of age, students are so eager to learn and explore, and our teachers have great things planned for them in our new Early Learning Program,” Ms. Gravina-Wohlleb said in a statement. “Our goal is for our students to build on what they know, to learn together while socializing, and to ultimately be prepared to enter the school system successfully, with strong skills and a love of learning.”

Play-based activities — both guided and independent — will incorporate reading, writing, math, science, and Spanish language. Snacks will be served. Activities will take place both indoors and outdoors. The program will mirror school calendars for holidays and vacations.

Rebecca Morgan Taylor, executive director of Project Most, said in a statement that the organization, which has been serving kids and families with after-school programs since 2001, “saw that there was a need in the community for a program for early learners.”

“Having a strong foundation as a learner upon entering school is an important part of a child’s growth,” she said, “and offering a program for three and four-year-olds is a natural progression for the growth of Project Most.”

Tuition is $155 per week, and registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Children must be toilet trained. Registration is by emailing [email protected], calling the office at 631-604-2777, or stopping by in person at 44 Meadow Way in East Hampton Village.


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