About This Ministry


For 25 years the Preschool has served the children of West Hawaii, providing a loving and effective learning environment and excellent training opportunities for teachers from UofN’s College of Education.

Play it Forward!


You’ve asked and we’ve listened. We are renovating the infrastructure of this 33 year old preschool and we need your help.

Here are 20 different ways you can give and fundraise. (Full list after you click the button below)

1. Pledge your birthday, ask your friends to donate to the UofN Preschool playground for your big day.

2. Give up a vice like coffee/junk food and donate your monthly budget to the UofN preschool.

3. Donate $300 to our bike signs

3 ways to send the money:

Credit card: Click on this LINK to Donate
Check: Write your cheque out to UofN Preschool and mail it to:
75-5851 Kuakini Hwy Box 228 Kailua Kona, 96740

Cash: Please contact Ruth Golden at the preschool for more information: (808) 326-4411

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OUR FOCUS


Caring, certified teachers who live what they teach

Curriculum rooted in biblical values — proven effective in over 50 countries

Spacious and newly remodeled facilities including a prime view of the ocean and large playground

Sensory approach to learning which develops independence, concentration and lays solid foundations for higher academics

A high staff-to-student ratio

Supporting parents in discipleship

Special events — Keiki Triathlon, exciting field trips, Christmas service projects.

You are joining a culturally diverse Ohana

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Staff Opportunities


Early Childhood school staff

Preschool staff

Assistants

Ministry Activities


Teacher Training Internship

The UofN Preschool works in conjunction with the School of Early Childhood Education (SECE) a teacher training program runs by the University of the Nations. During the internship phase of teacher training, the interns are placed in the classrooms for their practical experience to learn about classroom management, observations, child case studies, and various techniques in being a teacher. These interns who are also from various cultures will contribute to the learning experience for children. The interns are being trained to assist in the multiplication of educational programs for young children locally, regionally and internationally. At the conclusion of internship, they will help in the development of a new educational center in a predetermined location.

 

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