Enrollment Now Open for District 58 Grove Children's Preschool Program

Enrollment is open to all District 58 children who will be 3 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2014.

Applications for tuition-based enrollment in District 58’s Grove Children’s Preschool program are now available at all District 58 schools and on the District 58 website.  

Enrollment is open to all District 58 children who will be 3 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2014.

Applications for current/returning students will be accepted from February 17 to 21, applications for siblings/returning students will be accepted between February 24 to 28, and open applications will be accepted beginning March 3.

Class sessions are offered Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday and Friday for the two-day program, or Tuesday through Friday for the four-day program. 

Classes take place at Henry Puffer School, 2220 Haddow Ave., and Indian Trail School, 6235 Stonewall Ave. 

The goal of the Grove Children's Preschool program is to meet the developmental and individual needs of all children in a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment, while promoting educational success through engaging and collaborative learning experiences.

Grove Children's Preschool is a blended program, meaning that tuition students, students identified as having special education needs, and students identified as being at risk for future academic difficulties due to cultural or socio-economic factors are taught in the same classroom. 

For more information on Grove Children’s Preschool, including registration information and tuition costs, call (630) 968-0454 or visit www.dg58.org/preschool.

District 58 also has one preschool screening remaining in the 2013-14 school year, which will take place March 10 at Henry Puffer School, 2220 Haddow Ave. Screenings are intended to evaluate development in children ages 2 years 10 months old to 5 years old.

Screenings take place between 8:30 and 11 a.m., and are free to District 58 residents. Concerned parents who have not had their child screened for speech, vision, hearing, learning or behavioral needs are encouraged to call (630) 719-5800 to schedule an appointment.

Source: District 58 press release  


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