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Bridge to School is a preschool program that helps to prepare children for Kindergarten. It will provide him or her with experiences in beginning reading and writing skills, encourage language development, participate in a group setting, follow rules and routines, and get along with children in a group.
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Hello and welcome to Preschool Discovery! Preschool Discovery is a preschool for children who are three by September 1, 2012. Discovery is a two afternoon pre- week program. It combines ECFE and one day of preschool. Parents and children attend one afternoon, and on the second afternoon, children attend by themselves.

Kelly Olson, Early Childhood Educator

E-Mail: kelly.olson@district196.org

ECFE Phone: 952-431-8340

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

PRESCHOOL DISCOVERY is a class for children 3 years old by
September 1 of the current school year and their parents.
Discovery is a two-afternoon-per-week program that
combines ECFE and one day of preschool.
Parents and children attend one afternoon like an ECFE class, and on the
second afternoon, children attend by themselves like preschool.
The class fee is based on parents' income and there is no
transportation available.
Bridge to School is a program for children who are 4 years of age by September 1, 2012. The program will help prepare your child for kindergarten. Bridge to School will provide your child with experiences in beginning reading and writing skills, encouraging language development, participating in a group setting, following rules and routines and getting along with other children in a group. The program is for children who will attend kindergarten in the fall of 2013.