District 622 Preschool

    COVID-19 Update
    District 622 Preschool will be offering distance learning classes to all enrolled preschoolers at no cost beginning March 30 through at least May 4. Families have received communication from their child's teacher about our new adventure in online learning together. 

    District 622 Preschool will not be billing parent tuition for the month of April. May's tuition was paid upfront when your child registered.

    A Solid Foundation for Success!
    We are committed to the social and academic success of your child. District 622 Preschool offers a high ­quality preschool program in seven locations throughout the school district. Morning and afternoon preschool classes for three and four-year-olds are offered two, three, and five days a week.  
    Learning is a social process involving play, exploration, and interaction. All children are welcomed and celebrated for who they are. Each child has unique strengths that are built upon daily. Children thrive in a safe and nurturing environment through respect and consistent rituals and routines. Your child will learn skills needed for kindergarten such as sharing, listening, and cooperation, and develop the confidence to succeed in school. Through hands-on experiences your child will develop academic skills in literacy, math, science and understanding the world around us. Learn more about us.

    Why Choose District 622 Preschool?

    • 4-year-olds throughout our school district are eligible for FREE preschool at the elementary school in their attendance area or a designated early learning center  

    • 3 and 4-year-olds from across the district have a variety of options at Beaver Lake and Gladstone

    • Reduced fee enrollment for those who qualify makes preschool affordable

    • Extend your day with care options through Adventure Connection before morning preschool OR after afternoon preschool. Adventure Connection is not available during the school day. 

    • District 622 Preschool is 4-Star Parent Aware-rated and is aligned with the Minnesota state standards