FUMC Preschool

Our FUMC Preschool was created to provide young children with a Christian environment where they can grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually.  We believe that children learn best through meaningful play.  Our goal

is to support the development of each child to his or her greatest potential and we believe this happens in a nurturing environment which fosters mutual respect and appreciates the unique qualities of each individual.

We have small classes, great staff, a new playground that was designed with children in mind, 

and we would love to have you visit.  The hours of operation are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and we generally follow the GISD school calendar.

For more information please contact Director, Logan Norman, at 940.549.0970 or email at preschool@fumcgraham.org.

Our Staff

FUMC is excited to offer an early childhood education program that fosters independence, curiosity, and develops age appropriate skills to children in our community.  We have an amazing teaching staff that we are extremely proud of. 


  • Mardi Andrews

    Mardi graduated from Abilene Christian University and is a certified Texas teacher.  She has taught in the public and private schools from Early Childhood to 3rd grade and has been with FUMC Preschool for seven years.  

  • Benny Ramsey

    Benny graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in Education and a minor in bilingual educations.  She has taught in the public school system for thirty-four years and retired last May.  Benny says,

     “I love teaching at FUMC Preschool.  It is a joy to watch children learn, ask questions, and learn more! Of course, one of my favorite things is morning music!” 


  • Sally Stacy

    Sally graduated from West Texas State University with a degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in special education.  She taught special education for GISD for thirty-three years.  Sally say “I enjoy watching three year olds get excited when they learn something new!”