Woodcrest Nazarene Christian School

10936 S. Normandie Ave. - Los Angeles, CA 90044  -  Phone#: 323 754-4933

Woodcrest Nazarene Christian School





                   Mrs. Parker

       Pre-school Director / Teacher


  Dear Parents/Guardians:

We welcome you and your child to a year of excitement, joy and discovery.  We are grateful that God has brought us together.


This handbook has been written to answer questions and inform parents of matters relating to policies and practices of our Pre-School.


The first day of school is a big day for all of us, and we at school want it to be the first of many productive, rewarding and worthwhile school days.  Every child is a unique creation of God.  We will do everything we can to see that your child receives the best possible Christian education.


The daily care and training of your child is very important to us as a staff.  A strong home-school relationship helps insure a happy experience for your child.  Please remember we will be working as a team.  Our job is to reinforce what is being taught at home.  The classroom should never attempt to replace the home as the  home as the source of learning.  If we are to do an effective job, we need feedback from you.


Please let us know of any serious change in routine at home (illness, death, etc.), so we can help at school.


We’ll do our best to keep you informed about the physical, educational and spiritual growth of your child.  We will try to do this through written notes; progress reports; parent/teacher conferences; meetings; or whatever is necessary to keep you aware of how your child is doing in school.  Remember, your reactions and attitudes will go a long way toward determining how your child feels and adjusts to school.


We are happy to provide you with these special guidelines to insure a very successful year.  Please go over them with your child.


If you have any questions or problems, please contact us immediately.  May the Lord richly bless us as we work together to train up your child in the way he/she should go.






Mrs. Joann Parker,








Jr. High