Our Classes Are Tailored For Students To Succeed

At MMPP, we understand every student is unique and requires special attention. Therefore, each student is given special consideration to be placed in the best class that will benefit them the most.

Group placement is determined by the Director and the child’s:

Age and Maturity

Expressive Language Skills

Social Skills

Length of Attention Span

2’s and Young 3’s

Our 2’s and Young 3’s program focuses on developing a positive self-concept while enhancing social skills, communication abilities, physical growth and educational enjoyment. Your little one must be at least 2 years old by September to join the class. Although we accept them in diapers or pull-ups, our teacher will focus on potty-training the students. She has had a 98% potty-training success rate thus far!

Thriving 3, 4, 5’s

Our Thriving 3, 4, & 5’s programs aim to enrich language, cognitive, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual development through educational activities. Your little one must be 2 years and 9 months old by September to join the classes. Children are placed in the following classrooms depending on our placement criteria. By dividing the age groups into their specialized classes, the teachers are able to work with students individually so that their personal goals are met.

Have Your Child Play And Learn With Us!

We would love to have your little one as a member of our classes and family!

Our Classes Are Filled With Fun And Smiles

Take a look at why our students love coming to school!

Room 5 – 2’s and Young 3’s with Mrs. Aceron

  • Welcome sign on 2's & Young 3's door
  • 2's & Young 3's classroom
  • Front of 2's & Young 3's classroom
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  • 2's & Young 3's teacher and student playing during Family Day
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  • family-day-room-5-student-playing-orbs
  • family-day-room-5-student-painting
  • 2's & Young 3's students making playdoh
  • 2's & Young 3's boys playing with trucks during Play Time

Room 4 – Older 3’s with Mrs. De Villa

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  • Older 3's classroom
  • Older 3's play area
  • room-4-library-corner
  • Older 3's class garden
  • Older 3's students exercising on karts during outside play
  • Older 3's students solving puzzles
  • room-4-students-playground
  • Older 3's students crafting paper art

Room 3 – Combo 3-4’s with Mrs. Gray

  • Combo 3-4's front of classroom
  • Combo 3-4's classroom
  • Combo 3-4's classroom desks
  • Combo 3-4's read and play area
  • Combo 3-4's play area
  • Combo 3-4's library corner
  • Combo 3-4's teacher and her student painting during Family Day
  • Combo 3-4 student with parent playing with shaving cream during Family Day
  • Combo 3-4's students playing with slime with their parents during Family Day
  • Combo 3-4's students painting with their parents during Family Day
  • Combo 3-4's student hula hooping during Family Day

Room 2 – Young 4’s with Mrs. McCarthy

  • Welcome sign on Young 4's door
  • Young 4's classroom
  • Front of Young 4's classroom
  • Young 4's classroom desks
  • Young 4's play area
  • Young 4's class garden
  • Young 4's teacher and her student drawing with chalk during Family Day
  • Young 4's students playing on the playground
  • Young 4's students playing dress up
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  • Young 4's students sharing a book and reading together

Room 7 – Older 4’s & Younger 5’s with Mrs. Bennett

  • Older 4's & Young 5's welcome sign
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  • Front of Older 4's & Young 5's classroom
  • Older 4's & Young 5's classroom desks
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  • Older 4's & Young 5's library corner
  • Older 4's & Young 5's indoor class plants
  • Older 4's & Young 5's class pet turtles
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  • Older 4's & Young 5's students playing with shaving cream

Our Playground

  • The right section of our playground
  • The middle section of our playground
  • The left section of our playground
  • Our playground play structure
  • Our playground's overview
  • Our playground's mud pit
  • Our playground's class gardens