Better Together Preschool

Contact Information:

  • Karen Norsworthy, Director and Teacher 406-690-8481
  • Karen Morrow, Director and Teacher 406-281-0280

About Our Program:
Better Together Preschool is a unique preschool program where parents and teachers have the opportunity to work together during the earliest years of a child's education, creating an enriched environment where children have the ability to develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually.  We are a non-denominational, Christian based program and families are truly the heart of our preschool.

Registration for Better Together Preschool takes place each spring. 

  • Current families in the program will begin the registration process in January.
  • Families new to the program can register beginning in February. 
  • Contact us for dates and registration materials.  

*Registration form, registration fee, and immunization records are due at the time of registration in the spring.
School Design and Enrollment
Better Together Preschool offers four different classrooms and a nursery and maintains a low student to teacher ratio to keep learning opportunities at their best.

  • Toddlers (must be 2 1/2 by the start of school) attend twice a week, on Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.
  • 3’s attend twice a week, on Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.
  • Older 3's and young 4's attend three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.
  • Pre-K students attend three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.
  • A nursery program is also offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.
  • Better Together Preschool follows the Billings Public Schools calendar.

Parent Helpers
As part of the philosophy at Better Together Preschool, parents play a key role not only in the success of our program, but in the early education of their children as well. 

  • Parents are asked to help in the classroom a minimum of 7 times during the school year.  Should you choose to volunteer more than this, you will receive a tuition credit for each day over the minimum that you help in the classroom.
  • Parents and family volunteering in the classroom must pass a background check prior to working with children at school.
  • Sign-ups for volunteer days take place at the Parent Orientation night at the beginning of the school year.

Staff and Curriculum

  • Each of the four lead teachers holds a degree in Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education.  Teachers follow a theme based, comprehensive and sequential curriculum.  The focus of the program is to provide a wide variety of learning opportunities to help promote social skills, independence, self-confidence and school readiness.  Basic math and literacy concepts are introduced and explored, creating a well-rounded program involving play, teacher led activities, individual expression and multi-sensory experiences.

Lunches and Snacks

  • A snack is provided daily and is included in your tuition cost.
  • If your child has a food allergy, please let us know and an appropriate snack will be provided.
  • Children should bring a healthy lunch from eat at school each day.
  • Whole school special lunches will take place 3-4 times throughout the school year. 

Holiday Celebrations

  • We celebrate the traditional holidays throughout the school year.

Field Trips

  • The teachers plan various field trips throughout the school year and a whole school trip to Zoo Montana takes place each spring.