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Preschool Overview

Our preschool programs allow the children to learn, grow, and explore at their own pace while still developing the skills needed for a successful transition to Kindergarten. We consider our Preschool experience to best introduction into the authentic learning and loving environment that is unique to Queen of All Saints School.


Preschoolers at Queen of All Saints provides a balanced combination of academic curriculum and play-based learning to help develop the whole child: spiritual, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical. Children are provided with a wide range of activities that support:

  • Fine and gross motor skills
  • Social connection
  • Speech and language skills
  • Catholic values
  • Practical life skills
  • Sensory-oriented learning
  • Art & music
  • Field trips
  • Hands-on Mathematics instruction
  • Science experiments
  • ‘Big Day for Pre-K’ curriculum (https://big-day-for-prek)

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2020-2021 Tuition and Operation days and times

5- days Full Day


7:40AM-5:00 PM

5-days Half Day



3-days Full Day

T, W, and TH


3-Days Half Day

T, W, and TH

7:40 AM-12:00 PM









Annual Registration Fee: This non-refundable fee of $300 is due upon acceptance

Supply Fee: This non-refundable $50 fee is due by the first day of school

Note: All fees and tuition are non-refundable.

5-Day Option: Monday – Friday

3-Day Option: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Full-Day: 7:40 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Half-Day: 7:40 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Preschool Staff

Mrs. Lew, Preschool Director and Head Teacher

Mrs. Lew attended Mills College in Oakland, CA where she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Child Development and her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. She interned with the Contra Costa County Office of Education in their research surrounding A Road Map to Kindergarten© and was also a Teacher for the Transitional Kindergarten program at Mills College Children’s School. She has always been a part of the Queen of All Saints community and was excited to create and direct a wonderful program at such an amazing school.

Fun Fact: Mrs. Lew attended Queen of All Saints as a child from Kindergarten - 8th grade.

Mrs. Spink, Lead Teacher

Mrs. Spink attended California State University, East Bay where she received her Bachelors in Human Development with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education. Following her graduation she then spent 5 years in research at the Arts, Creativity, and Education Laboratory at the university as well. Mrs. Spink has been teaching in the Early Childhood field for over 8 years and has been a Queen of All Saints Preschool teacher since our 2018 inauguration.

Fun Fact: Mrs. Spink grew up in a big household and has 6 siblings!

Mrs. Martin, Teacher

Mrs. Martin attends Diablo Valley College where she holds an Associate Teacher certificate and is continuing her education in working towards her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. She has been a parishioner of Queen of All Saints church for over a decade and has been an active member in our Faith Formation and Vacation Bible School program for many years.

Fun Fact: Mrs. Martin is a Troop Leader for a local chapter of the American Heritage Girls Association.

/out Procedures

Attendance records and daily attendance tracking is required. The parent or authorized representative must record the child’s time of arrival and departure.

Students may be dropped off in the preschool classroom starting at 7:40 a.m. Please park your car on Almond Avenue or Mt. Diablo Blvd., enter through the Almond Avenue doors and walk into the preschool classroom with your child. After 8:00 a.m., you must enter through the main office on Grant Street. Note the time of arrival and sign your child into class. State law requires a full signature, not just initials. A fee of $5.00 will be applied to your account per every missing signature. Leave your child with a staff member in the classroom who must do a visual health check. A brief and confident goodbye conveys to your child that this is a safe place.

Follow the same procedures for pick up. Keep in mind that the school cannot release your child to anyone other than parents and people listed on the emergency form, State of California Form LIC700 – Identification and Emergency Information unless you have furnished us with written authorization. Identification may be required.