PRESCHOOL PK4 - Mrs. Cunningham
Meet Mrs. Cunningham
My name is Renee' Cunningham. I grew up in Michigan and have lived in Illinois for the last 19 years. I received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Eastern Michigan University. I have taught at Immanuel Lutheran School since 2018 and am so pleased to be a part of this awesome church and school community. It brings me great joy to be able to teach children, especially about the love of Jesus. I currently reside in Algonquin with my husband Paul, our daughters Emily and Alyssa, and our family dog Rosie.
Immanuel’s preschool utilizes a pre-kindergarten curriculum throughout PK3 and PK4, with a concentration on readiness skills such as fine motor and gross motor skills, print awareness, phonics and math awareness. Daily activities include manipulatives, arts and crafts, circle time, free play, snack and table time.
Current Notes from the Teacher
Our PK4 philosophy is to teach from the same curriculum while using our own teaching gifts to provide a unique classroom experience. We work together daily to make sure each child is immersed in our amazing PK4 program.
This year again we are excited to offer 3 different PK4 classes for your child! Currently, our classes being offered will follow our Letter People curriculum while enriching student’s learning experience in all subject matters. Classes available are Monday/Tuesday/Thursday mornings from 8:30-11 OR Monday/Wednesday/Friday mornings from 8:30-11. We are also offering our PK4 & More class again this school year for our PK4 5 day program. This class is offered Monday-Friday from 8:30-11. Check out our preschool pages for information regarding these program.
Helpful Links & Resources from the Teacher
PREK 4 PHOTO GALLERY
Below are some various photos of the class and all things involving PreK 4. Have some pictures you would like to share? For any questions or concerns involving photos, please contact the teacher. Each teacher is responsible for managing all of the photos contained within their own classroom galleries.