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active learning involving children, teachers, and family members learning opportunities based on individual interests

P.O. Box 517

Carrollton, MI 48724

Need Care before the 7:40am start of school? We also offer a Before School Program for grades K-5!

The High Scope curriculum offers key experiences that ready children for Kindergarten which include

extensive school-to-home communication regarding progress

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JB Griffin

Carrollton Public Schools www.carrolltonpublicschools.org


Sowing the seeds of Nurturing the seeds of learning... success...

Early Childhood programs at Carrollton

Early Childhood programs at Carrollton Schools offer

affordable programs that meet the needs of all families

the High Scope curriculum focusing on each child’s interests and abilities from birth to 5 years old and aligned with Kindergarten Common Core Standards

teachers and caregivers that are highly qualified, including Elementary Teaching Certifications, Early Childhood and Special Education Endorsements and Child Development Associate Degrees

Care options available 7am-6pm, Monday through Friday, year-round Meals and snacks provided for ages 1+ years enrolled in full day programs Programs licensed by the Department of Human Services

Schools are focused on readying each child

a collaborative staff who participate in innovative and up-to-date Early Childhood training and resources

for Kindergarten. This is achieved through recording and assessing individual growth and planning active learning experiences based on each child’s interests.

An IPad for each Kindergarten

The staff “exemplify the meaning of caregiver and are always finding new and exciting ways to entertain and educate the children no matter what the age.”

integration of technology in the classroom, including laptops, IPads, and Interactive Smartboards

student!

Your child can start the MET Scholarship program when they are enrolled in Carrollton’s Early Childhood Program! www.carrolltonpublicschools.org

Infant/Young Toddler Program ages 2 weeks - 33 months  $34 per day, 4 day minimum Young Preschool Program beginning at 33 months  Preschool only = $165 per month  M,T,W,TH 7:40-10:40am  Child Care/Full day option = $20 half day, $28 full day, 4 day minimum 4 Year Old Preschool Program Must be 4 before October 1, 2013  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday  full day and half day options  Free for qualifying families through GSRP grant and tuition options  3 wrap-around care options available (M -TH) 10:40am—3pm = $80 per week 10:40am—6pm = $112 per week 2:55—6pm = $48 per week  Friday care available = $20 half day, $28 full day Full day Kindergarten  Must be 5 years old by October 1, 2014  Call 989-754-2425 to enroll


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