Fees: $52.50 Annually (Free & Reduced Rates Available)
Location: Mathes Learning Center, 2032 N Kansas Ave
Transportation: State Pre-K and Early Childhood Special Education students will be bussed; community students and peer models will not be bussed (no transportation fee)
Universal Program: All classes will have the same makeup of State Pre-K students, Early Childhood Special Education students, and community students.
Early Childhood Special Education Preschool
Areas of child development screened include: speech & language, fine & gross motor, vision & hearing, and cognitive skills. If results of the screening indicate potential delays in one or more areas of development, your child may be referred to a 4-6 week evaluation for services. Children must live in the Seaman School District, and they must be at least 3 years of age to be screened, but they cannot be old enough for kindergarten.
Students must be three-years-old by August 31, live in the Seaman District (please bring proof of residency), and meet one of the following eligibility criteria:
- Screened and has a potential developmental delay
- Has a primary language other than English
- Has a parent who lacks a high school diploma or GED
- Has one parent age 19 or younger at birth
- Lives in a single parent family
- Has a referral from Kansas Department for Children & Families
- Has parents who are migratory agricultural workers
- Qualifies for free school lunch program
Children who will be integrated with students from both preschool programs.
Schedule: 5 days/week (exception of 1st Friday of the month)
Teacher Duty Day: 8:15 am – 4:00 pm
Teacher lunch/plan: 11:30 am – 12:40 pm
AM Class: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
PM Class: 12:45 pm – 3:45 pm
Screenings: First Friday of each month, screenings begin July 27 at Mathes Early Learning Center
Registration: All parents interested in preschool will need to pre-register