Home of the Hurley Early Tigers
86 Holt Spring Road
Hurley, MO 65675
(417) 369-3271 ext.244
We are located on Highway K in Hurley.
Dr. Doug Arnold, Hurly R-1 Superintendent
Kelli Alumbaugh, Hurley Principal
Laine Towe, Director/Lead Teacher
Hurley Preschool is a fully licensed Missouri Child Care Center and has Missouri Accreditation of Programs for Children and Youth.
We are open five days a week from 7:50 A.M.-10:45 A.M. for 3 year olds
Preschoolers must be 3 before August 1st
11:45 A.M.-2:45 P.M. for 4 year olds
Preschoolers must be 4 before August 1st
Working to inspire and motivate all students to succeed.
Through the use of Project Construction Curriculum and assessment framework, it is Hurley Preschool’s goal to create a learning environment in which children gain some degree of autonomy as they learn to make choices and regulate their own behavior and understanding within the social environment. Our program is designed to build self-esteem, develop values such as fairness and kindness, promote independence and encourage each child to discover the joy of learning through the four domains.
Hurley Preschool provides a friendly environment serving students of diverse abilities and backgrounds. Our Project Construct Curriculum is based on research and knowledge that reflects how children develop and learn. Project Construct is linked to the Missouri Show Me Standards.
Cognitive Domain: As children make sense out of their experiences, they develop a mental framework to organize information and construct coordinate thinking processes with the demands in their environment.
Sociomoral Domain: Sociomoral development refers to the developing ability to relate emotionally, intellectually, and ethically to world outside oneself.
Representational Domain: Representational development refers to the growing ability to form images or ideas of things known or imagined. Children can represent what they know through art and construction.
Physical Domain: Physical development refers to being able to use one’s body with increasing purpose and skill. Physical development also includes safety and hearth.