SaFe Day School

Because Jesus welcomed children and encouraged us to welcome them in His name, we at Santa Fe Presbyterian Church affirm that all children are a gift from God and created good; all children are a gift to the whole community; all children have a right to be children; and all children are not just tomorrow, they are today.  Santa Fe Presbyterian Church demonstrates its obedience to Christ’s mandate by creating the Santa Fe Day School, known as “SaFe Day School”.

SaFe Day School offers opportunities for each child to grow and learn by providing a balance of developmentally appropriate activities and play that will enhance social skills, creativity and learning.  Our skilled staff understands that children learn and develop at their own pace and each in their own way, therefore, the atmosphere will always be one of respect and acceptance.

Placement for children ages 12 months through Pre-Kindergarten will be based on their age by September 1st.  Adjustments may be made at the director’s discretion.

Enrollment is conducted on a first-come, first-served basis.

SaFe Day operates on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:30am until 2:30pm through the school year and has limited summer sessions.

For more information, please contact Erin Collier, SaFe Day Director

Phone:     844-1033


SaFe Day News


The months are just flying by here at SaFe Day! I can’t believe we will be starting the month of March.

March brings us talking about St Patrick’s Day and all things green.

I think there might even be a green breakfast planned!

The end of the month we will have our Easter Egg Hunt with the residents at Brookhaven across the street. We love to spend time with our special friends there. They plan such fun things for the children.

We will also have an egg hunt here too!

Enrollment is going well, and our classes are filling quickly. We have many returning families, and look forward to meeting new ones.

April will be upon us shortly, and we will be participating in the St. Jude’s Trike A Thon again this year. The students love to bring their riding toys to school.

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