2 & 3 Year Olds
Lil' Warriors Preschool uses the Abeka curriculum to teach letters, phonetic sounds, number recognition and concept, language development, and art through a biblical worldview. In addition to core subjects, stories from the Bible are shared in an age-appropriate way that allow for maximum retention of basic biblical concepts. All of our staff members undergo extensive background checks, must profess to be Christians, attend an evangelical Christian church, have 24 training hours per year, and are certified in CPR, First Aid, and Food Handlers. We also have an on-site First Aid Attendant and Police Officer.
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."
HOURS OF SERVICE PROVIDED
Full-Time: Any hours between 7 am-6 pm
Part-Time: Mornings only between 7 am-12 pm; not to exceed 20 hours a week
Before and After School Care; click here for more information!
Morning and Afternoon Snacks
Late charges apply after 6 pm
Use the link below to apply for Lil' Warriors Pre-School!
For inquiries about the ICS Summer Camp, call (915) 778-6160 ext. 102.
Use the link below to register for the ICS Summer Camp.
At Lil' Warriors Preschool we use himama.com to help you keep in touch with your Lil' Warrior at all times. Himama is a private, secure, password protected application that lets you control who has access to your child's personal journal. Our trusted staff will be able to upload pictures and videos of what is going on in the classroom, so you can stay up to date on what your child is up to at day care! Once you enroll your child at Lil' Warriors Preschool, a link for himama will be sent to you to complete your enrollment. If you have any questions please call Lori Cooper at (915) 778-6160, ext. 102, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Our Lil Warriors program is a foundational start to children’s learning," says Cooper. "We help them develop language, manners, make friends, and potty train, but the most important foundation is a love for God.
My heart’s desire is for our families’ to feel welcome and to know that we are here to walk alongside each child throughout their journey."
Lori Cooper's career in childcare began over 30 years ago when she started out operating an in home daycare. Cooper then became a director at a church daycare before spending the last 17 years serving as Pre-School Director at Immanuel. Cooper has lived in El Paso since she was 9 years old. Her father was career military and retired at Ft. Bliss. She has 3 children and 6 grandchildren.