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pENINSULA SCHOOL DISTRICT Early Learning PROGRAMS

The Peninsula School District recognizes the importance of early learning in the success of our students. Research shows that students who meet learning standards by grade 3 are more likely to succeed as they continue in school and graduate prepared for college, career, and beyond.  


Peninsula School District has a variety of early childhood programs to meet the needs of our youngest students. We offer a continuum of programming from part day and full day M-Th as well as full day Monday-Friday. Each program has specific enrollment requirements. In order to simplify that process for families, parents can submit an interest survey t ohelp us connect you to the program that best fits your child and family's needs. All programs are free to Peninsula School District Residents.

Click here to fill out the Early Learning Interest Survey

 

Birth to Three Services

Developmental screening and service delivery program for infants and toddlers with developmental concerns.

preschool Child Find

Developmental screening for preschoolers to determine if a child has possible delays and might be in need of further evaluation.

Early childhood education and assistance program (ECEAP)

Preschool program that offers education, nutrition and health services to income eligible children. Full day program located at Artondale Elementary, Vaughn Elementary, and Evergreen Elementary. 

Click here to fill out the Early Learning Interest Survey

part day Preschool

Children who qualify for special education are placed in these classroom programs through an evaluation and eligibility process, and have an Individualized Education Plan. Typically, developing peers are also enrolled in this program. Part day preschool is housed at Artondale Elementary, Purdy Elementary, and Vaughn Elementary. 

Click here to fill out the Early Learning Interest Survey

transitional kindergarten

Kindergarten Readiness program is available for children who have not yet had access to high-quality early learning experiences prior to kindergarten. A screening process is used to determine whether a child qualifies for the program. Children must be 5 between September 1, 2022 and August 31, 2023. TK will be housed at Discovery Elementary, Evergreen Elementary, Harbor Heights Elementary, Minter Creek Elementary, and Voyager Elementary. 

Click here to fill out the Early Learning Interest Survey