A Special Message

For the past 48 years, Pluckemin Church Preschool has been providing a traditional preschool within a Christian environment. We have touched, and been touched, by many young lives and those of their families. It is with much sadness that we announce the closing of this very special preschool as of June 7, 2019.

However, amidst an ending there is a new beginning. The Giving Nest Preschool, which has several other schools throughout the county, will be moving into our location in time for the September 2019 school year. They share a lot of the “Pluckemin Philosophy”, but will offer longer hours aside from the tradition preschool model.

For more information about their programs, please click here to visit their website or call 732-302-1321.

In the meantime, new students are still being accepted here at Pluckemin for the remainder for this school year in the 2 1/2 and 3 year old classes.

– Elizabeth ‘Bel’ Gwiazdowski, Director

 

Shaping children since 1970

At Pluckemin Church Preschool we offer an inviting, warm and secure environment for both children and families. Using a play based curriculum, we pride ourselves in our ability to build the foundation for children to become resilient lifelong learners and critical thinkers. Our staff of highly qualified and licensed teachers encourage the development of creativity and responsibility while celebrating each child’s individuality. Children leave Pluckemin well prepared for kindergarten and the years beyond. Our Preschool is a Mission of the Presbyterian Church at Pluckemin serving children and their families in the surrounding communities and welcomes families of all faiths.

 

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Our Programs

Using a play based curriculum, we pride ourselves in our ability to build the foundation for children to become resilient lifelong learners and critical thinkers.

Our Staff

Our staff of highly qualified and licensed teachers encourage the development of creativity and responsibility while celebrating each child’s individuality.