Rockwell Programs

3 Year Old:
Children must be 2 years, 9 months to enroll in our three-year-old class. The program runs from 8:30 to 11:30 Monday through Friday. There is a balance of free play time and structured, teacher-directed activities throughout the morning. Curriculum based on Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences encourages and supports the many strengths and differences of our young children. An extended day program is offered each day.

4 Year Old:
The four-year old program runs from 8:30 to 11:30 Monday through Friday. There are sixteen children in this class with two teachers. Developmentally appropriate experiences in art, music, math, science, language, as well as activities that encourage large and small motor development are provided throughout the morning, continuing to build upon those skills acquired in the three-year-old class. An extended day program is offered each day.

Summer:
The Rockwell summer program runs for four weeks in June. Children spend most of the day outdoors (weather permitting) in small pools, doing crafts, and playing games. There are two teachers, and one or two assistants, depending on the enrollment. The program runs from 9:00 to 1:00.

Transition Kindergarten:
The Transition Kindergarten runs from 8:30 to 1:00 Monday through Friday. Traditionally, the children in this program have had two years of preschool, and turn five-years-old in the summer or fall. The class consists of children from our own four-year-old program, and children from other local programs. Children in this class continue to develop and strengthen their emotional and social skills as well as their cognitive skills, through activities such as group times, journals, and field trips. An extended day program is offered Monday through Wednesday.

News Highlight

Students, Faculty and Staff Travel to Tanzania for International Service Learning Trip  Wednesday, May 18, 2016In rural Tanzania, learning the English language is critical for a young child hoping to further his or her education, but it is often out of reach. For the next two weeks, a group of Lasell students hope to make a difference in one rural community there as part of a new Shoulder-to-Shoulder service learning trip.

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U.S. News and World Report 2016 Lasell College Ranked Among Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report for 2016

- 26th in "Best Regional College" - North