Little Bucks Buckeye Preschool

A "5-Star Rated Preschool Program by the Ohio Department of Education 

Preschool Times 

AM 8:35 - 11:20

PM 12:40 - 3:25




Preschool Screenings for the 2018-2019 school year are closed.  If you are interested in being added to the Waitlist for the 2018-2019 school year, please contact Special Education Secretary, Mrs. Tracy Taylor at 330-722-8257 ext 1005.  




The second set of 10 extended school days (April 23 - May 4th) has been cancelled. With seven calamity days due to weather, we will be adding an additional 30 minutes of instruction to extend the school day on the following 10 dates: April 9th - April 20th. 

On those 10 dates, AM Preschool students will begin their days at the regular time; however, their dismissal time will be pushed back 30 minutes later, which means their school day will be extended the full 30 minutes on each of the 10 dates. Their dismissal time will be 11:50 AM.

PM Preschool students will begin their school day 30 minutes later than their regular time and will be dismissed 30 minutes later than their regular dismissal time on each of the 10 dates. Their arrival time will be 1:10 PM and their dismissal time will be 3:55 PM.

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The philosophy of Buckeye Local Schools Preschool is based on meeting the individual, developmental needs of all children with and without special needs. The developmental preschool seeks to provide an environment that encourages all children to explore, ask questions and learn things that he/she needs and wants to know about their world.

Our preschool program follows the Ohio Department of Education Early Learning Content Standards in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science. The curriculum provides a balance of child-centered and teacher facilitated activities that encourage children to investigate, manipulate and experiment as they construct their own knowledge.

The preschool curriculum provides the foundation for future academic success by: building upon previous knowledge and skills; aligning with the Ohio Early Learning Content Standards; and by providing individualized and integrated approaches to assessment, curriculum and instruction. The curriculum addresses key areas of child development including aesthetic and artistic development, emotional and social development, intellectual development, physical development and well being and development of responsibility.