Plumfield Pre-School & Kindergarten opened in 1972 and is
now is helping a second generation get a head start with the
basics to succeed.
under the ownership and direction of Kim Cordoba, Kim has a long
history with Plumfield; beginning as a 2½ year old toddler and
continuing through to her Kindergarten graduation.
After completing a BS in Business Management, Kim
received her Early Childhood Education certificate and now proudly
carries on the Plumfield tradition of providing excellence in education
for young children.
The philosophy of Plumfield Pre-School & Kindergarten is to provide
an exciting learning environment that fosters positive self esteem
and focuses on the development of the whole child, socially, emotionally,
cognitively and physically.
Plumfield Pre-School & Kindergarten recognizes that children learn
best through play. Therefore, the curriculum has been designed with
an age appropriate learning environment that recognizes the individual
needs of each child and his/her natural curiosity for learning.
As a pre-school/kindergarten, Plumfield tailors its program to young
children from 2 ½ to 6 years of age. All children must be potty
trained prior to enrollment. We do not discriminate
based upon sex, ethnicity or religion. We foster the uniqueness
brought by each child.
Hours & Activities
Full Day Program: 7:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.
Each day the children will be involved in the following activities:
- Creative Art
- Perceptual Motor
- Language Experiences
- Music and Movement
- Manipulative (pre-reading and pre-math)
- To provide an environment which promotes active exploration
and interaction with adults, other children and materials with
the teacher as a facilitator.
- To provide learning activities and materials that are concrete,
real and meaningful to the lives of young children.
- To foster self-esteem through relationships with adults who
express acceptance and respect for all children.
- To recognize that all children are different and to allow
such differences to surface in daily activities.
- To allow outlets for the expression of each child's individual
- To create an environment that allows children to utilize problem
solving techniques with peers and adults in social situations
with guidance and supervision as needed.