Welcome to TigerSide IGP!

 

TigerSide Intergenerational Preschool is unlike any preschool currently open in Columbia, Missouri. TigerSide is housed on the lower level of the skilled nursing facility, The Neighborhoods by TigerPlace. Because of our unique location, we can add daily intergenerational activities to the play-based, Project Construct curriculum employed by TigerSide staff.  Children enrolled at TigerSide gain a true understanding of community, social responsibility, empathy, and acceptance through interaction with the residents.  We are truly a preschool focused on developing the whole child.

Our Classrooms
 

We are a small program (licensed for 24 kids).  We have three full day classrooms:



  • The Cubs: Ages 2 to 3 years

  • The Jelly Bean Team: Ages 3 to 4 years

  • Pre-K: Ages 4 to 5 years

  • Before and after school care available, as well as summer care.  Ages 6 to 12 years

  • TigerSide is open from 6:40 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

  • Tuition prices are listed in the parent policy on the "Curriculum" page.

  • ASK ABOUT OUR CURRENT ENROLLMENT SPECIAL!!!

 
TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT'S NEW...

The First Annual TigerSide Black and White Ball... was a HUGE success!!

The TigerSide staff would like to thank all the neighbors, parent volunteers, children and family members who attended the Black and White Ball at The Neighborhoods by TigerPlace on Friday, June 3rd! Pictures of the event will be posted soon!

Upcoming Events at TigerSide

Family movie night has been postponed...

Check back for a new date and time for this event!

Reading Under the Stars- Friday, July 22nd

TigerSide and The Neighborhoods' staff will read books at night under the twinkle of stars. 6-8 p.m.

5th Anniversary Celebration of TigerSide and The Neighborhoods by TigerPlace- Saturday, August 27th

Celebrate 5 years of learning, loving, and growing!

TigerSide Intergenerational Preschool

Ask us how you can get $50 off your first week of tuition!!

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