Two Year Old Class

  • Class Overview

  • Twos Class

    The two-year-old program enables very young children to become acquainted with and comfortable in a school environment. Parental involvement in this program is essential to a smooth transition to the school experience. 

    • Emphasis on developing personal and social skills
    • Creativity fostered and encouraged
    • Individual attention in a small-class setting
    • Warm and friendly environment for learning to separate from parents
    • Age:
      Must be 2 by September 1st
    • Days:
      Tuesday & Thursday
    • Time:
      9:15 am - 11:15 am
    • Class Size:
      12 Children
    • Adults in Classroom:
      Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Co-op Parent
    • Cost:
      (Tuition rates are reviewed annually and are subject to change.)
      $160 / month
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  • Class Objectives

    Through a variety of play-based activities, children are given experience in the areas of social development, language arts, mathematics, science, music, art, and both fine and gross motor skills. In a typical class, students participate in circle time, indoor and/or outdoor free play, sensory activities, whole and/or small group instruction, craft time, and snack.

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  • Teachers

    • Jessica Petree
      Director and Teacher

      Jessica Petree

      Director and Teacher

      Jessica joined the school in September 2016.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a 7-9 extension in English, as well as a Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies.  She has held a Maryland Teaching Certificate in grades K-12, and has 10 years of experience teaching and coaching children of varying grade levels in Harford and Baltimore Counties, as well as in a private school in Baltimore City. Most recently, she has enjoyed coaching her twins’ tee ball and soccer teams, as well as leading her oldest son’s den for Cub Scouts.

    • Wendy Greenfield
      Assistant Teacher

      Wendy Greenfield

      Assistant Teacher

      Wendy Greenfield has been involved in early childhood education for more than 16 years in Howard Co., both in the private and co-op settings. She is a wife, a mother to 5 kids and a Girl Scout leader. Her passions involve teaching, reading, animals, gardening and cooking.

    • Tamara Heffner
      Assistant Teacher

      Tamara Heffner

      Assistant Teacher

      Tammie joined WLCN in the fall of 2015. Her son attended WLCN in the 4-year old class, so she is very familiar with the co-op environment. Miss Tammie has four years of experience working with special needs children at a daycare center in Virginia. She has actively volunteered at her children’s schools, and she worked as a substitute teacher for her daughter’s elementary school in Texas. Miss Tammie has a certificate in Surgical Technology from Northern Virginia Community College.

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