Early Childhood and Family Programs focus on both parents and children and recognize that a parent is a child's first and most important teacher. We provide early education preparing children for school and life-long success. We also work to strengthen families through quality education and support in parenting and parent-child relationships.
Early Learning = a foundation for success in kindergarten and beyond!
ISD 622 Preschool is committed to the social and academic success of your child. Children thrive in a safe and nurturing environment through respect and consistent rituals and routines. Each child has unique strengths that are built on each and every day. All children are welcomed and celebrated for who they are. Learning is a social process involving play, exploration, and interaction. Your child will learn skills needed for school such as sharing, listening, and cooperation, and develop confidence to succeed in school. Through hands-on experiences your child develop academic skills in literacy, math, science and understanding the world around us.
Click here for more details or call 651-748-7280.Early Childhood Screening
Recommended for children at age three, you can schedule your appointment by calling 651-702-8468 (651-702-8460 Espanol).Special Needs
Contact Help Me Grow 622 or call 651-702-8480.
There are two programs that children may be eligible for depending on their age. These services are made available through a federal law known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, often referred to as IDEA.
Part C of IDEA is the Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers (children ages birth-two). In ISD 622 this program is called ISD 622 Birth to 3: Early Intervention Services.
Part B of IDEA is the Preschool Special Education Program and Services (children ages 3-5).
These two programs have different eligibility criteria, locations, and services available to your child and family. The services are determined through the evaluation and planning process. Parents are partners in the decision-making as evaluation and program planning are completed.
For more information about ECSE call 651-702-8450.