Mrs. Rodgers or Ms. Vickie as her students call her has been in the business of Child Care and Development for over 20 years. With her experience being the director of the Sonshine Ark and Bachelors Degree from UTSA in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on Early Childhood Education. Ms. Vickie provides an environment like no other for her students, staff, and family’s who are partnered with the Sonshine Ark. As the Director of Operations Ms. Vickie oversees everything that happens in the Sonshine Ark; including enrollment. Ms. Vickie and her Professionally Trained Staff provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere filled with God's love.
For admission into our program you will need the following:
An enrollment form with complete information about your child. You can request an enrollment packet through the Sonshine Ark Preschool and Daycare by emailing Mrs. Rodgers or Mrs. Vinyard using the email address or by calling the Sonshine Ark main line at (830) 393.7647.
An up-to-date immunization record for our files as required by the Texas Health Department. These records must include a negative tuberculosis (TB) skin test. The TB test is required to be passed by all students, staff, administrators, and everyone who volunteers or enters into the Sonshine Ark.
A statement signed by a medical doctor attesting your child's general good health which must be submitted before admission into the Sonshine Ark Preschool and Daycare program.
A signed medical release authorizing the Sonshine Ark staff to obtain emergency medical treatment for your child through your family practitioner.
By the Texas Health Department we Sonshine Ark Floresville are required to have all of this
On a daily basis the Sonshine Ark sees most of our students. During the early years of a child’s life, the child learns the most. It has become our priority to make sure that all of our students are given the equal opportunity to learn language skills especially in our younger classes. Students are not only exposed to English, they are also exposed to some Spanish.
Providing a healthy social environment for our students is important to us. We find that children who grow up in healthy social environments are more likely to be successful members of the community. It is one of our top priorities to make sure that our students are given an environment where they can develop their social skills as well as communication skills.
Numbers and Reading Readiness
- Finger Play (Motor Skills)
- Dramatic Play (Imagination)
- Creative Play
- Creative Art
- Book and Story Time
- Dancing and Movement (Motor Skills)
- Playground Time
- Christian and Religious Instruction
- Morals and Values
- Bible Knowledge