**We now offer daycare (called Cobra Care) for our 4 year old kids that are in preschool! Call today for more information! Opening filling FAST!!
Information for the upcoming Preschool classes of 2020-2021 school year.
If you are not attending an ECFE or current Preschool class you may drop your registration form for the FALL 2020/2021 school year starting April 17, 2020. If you are a CURRENT ECFE/Preschool family for the 2020/2021 school year and have done some ECFE classes you may begin registering on April 3, 2020.
**PLEASE NOTE-JUST BECAUSE YOUR CHILD MAY HAVE BEEN IN PRESCHOOL ALREADY AT TRITON THAT DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY REGISTER THEM FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR!! You still have to go through the registration process and FILL OUT A REGISTRATION FORM for the upcoming school year of 2020/2021.
Have any questions or concerns? Please call Diana Eipers at 507-418-7550 or 7552.
Call 507-418-7552 to schedule an appointment for your 3 to 4 year old’s screening if he or she has not been through it yet. Thank you!
**HAVING A SCREENING DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR PRESCHOOL! Must still do a registration form and submit it to Triton Community Ed/Preschool.
Mail Preschool registration forms to: Triton Preschool, 813 West Highway Street, Dodge Center, MN 55927.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ECFE/PRESCHOOL?
For Parents & Families:
*Information on child development
*Strategies for effective limit-setting and teaching
*Strategies for balancing work & family & managing stress
*Familiarity with community resources for families with young children
*Comfort with schools and understanding the parent role in supporting kindergarten readiness and long-term school success
*Focused time for parents and children to learn & explore in an early childhood/preschool environment
For Schools & Communities:
*Parents who have positive connections to schools and other community programs
*Parents who are engaged and ready for leadership in schools
*Enhanced social connections and informal support between families in the community
*Community norms for appropriate and effective discipline for young children