The Little School Location
The little School of Metairie
2 year old painting Extended Day
Our Extended Day program is for children of all ages from our school and is offered each afternoon from noon until 3:00pm. This program may be customized to your needs registering from one afternoon to all five afternoons. During the extended day program the children play in the yard, work in the vegetable garden and do some art projects before enjoying lunch and rest time. The children love coming to school carrying their own special lunches boxes always eager to act like their older brothers and sisters. Monogrammed rest mats are ordered for all the children that participate in our extended day program. These mats included a pillow and blanket and roll up for easy storage. After rest time the children are offered a snack and then return to the yard for free play or yard games before dismissal.

puppet show Summer Camp
Our summer camp is available to our students during the month of June. Children outside of our program are permitted if space is available. We offer four weeks from 9:00 until 1:30. Attendance of any of the four weeks is possible. This program offers arts and crafts, water play, space walks, face painting and many other fun activities. The children love playing basketball with the counselors, having “car washes” and playing in the sprinklers on water days. Children eligible for this program must turn 3 by December 31st following the camp session. It is a great way for new students to become familiar with our classrooms and some of the teachers before the beginning of the school year.To download a camp application click here. Camp Registration Form

playing Screenings
We offer speech evaluations for our older two year old children on up. These reasonably priced evaluations are done only with the consent of the parents. If speech therapy is advised you may make arrangements for this therapist to work with your child on site during school hours.

We also offer a free vision screen each year preformed by the Lions Club. This screen can detect serious eye conditions but has also made many parents aware of simple conditions that may be corrected with glasses. Without a screen these may go undetected for several years.

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