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ELC Curriculum Information

The webpage provides general information about the curricula for New Albany Early Learning Center.  Additional information about specific learning activities will be provided by teachers through weekly communication and a curriculum night that is scheduled every fall to provide families with information about what the students will be learning during their time at the Early Learning Center.  

As with all of the New Albany Schools, the state’s learning standards are used when developing lessons and selecting materials for preschool and kindergarten students.   Please visit the New Albany elementary curriculum webpage to review the standards for preschool and kindergarten.   

Information about our programs and approaches are listed below.  Links have been embedded on this webpage to allow for additional information about each topic if you so choose.  


Preschool Frog Street Program

The Ohio Department of Education requires all preschool programs that participate in the Step Up to Quality licensing to have a comprehensive curriculum that is accessible to all teaching staff.  

Frog Street Curriculum is a comprehensive, research-based program that integrates instruction across developmental domains and early learning disciplines.   Frog Street is aligned to the Ohio Early Learning State Standards and  supports programs such as Heggerty Phonemic Awareness, Fundations Phonics, and Bridges in Mathematics that are used in the New Albany Schools.  The Frog Street literacy activities are in alignment with Structured Literacy practices. 

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