All Things ECE
Early Childhood Programming
The Early Childhood Program at Brookfield LaGrange Park School District #95 provides a full continuum of services to meet the needs of children between the ages of 3 and 5 who experience educational challenges, present with various risk factors, and/or who are found eligible for special education services. The Early Childhood program at Brookfield LaGrange Park School District 95 is a non-tuition based program reserved for children who present with delays in their development and therefore, does not have open enrollment.
As part of the District 95 Early Childhood continuum of service, we offer both Preschool for All (at-risk) and Special Education classrooms to meet the needs of our students.
District 95 is a proud recipient of the Preschool for All (PFA) educational grant which helps to fund our Early Childhood programming each year. In order to receive and maintain the PFA grant each year, school districts must meet a variety of rigorous requirements focused on delivering a high-quality preschool program that will enhance the development of young children. The district also holds these same high expectations and best practices in our Special Education classrooms, which offer small group learning environments for students who require that level of support.
Our Early Childhood Classrooms operate on a half day model (AM = 8:15am - 10:45am; PM = 11:45am - 2:15pm) Monday through Friday. Each classroom includes one classroom teacher, two paraprofessionals, and a related service team (speech, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychologist) that push into the classroom throughout the week. Our PFA classrooms have an enrollment capacity of 20 students, whereas our Special Education classrooms have an enrollment capacity of 10 students.
Please check out our classroom teacher webpages here!
Natalie Fuller Classroom Webpage (SE Gross)