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EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM

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WAY TO GROW

School District 197

For Families & Young Children Birth to Pre -Kindergarten

Registration s WEEK Begin January 5-7 (see page 3)

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TAKE A LOOK INSIDE… Index ECFE Program/Registration Updates................... 3 Early Childhood Family Education.................4-12 Ready, Set, School!.............................................13 Información sobre los Programas de la Niñez Temprana del Distrito 197............................14-15 Preschool Options.........................................16-17 Kindergarten Registration.................................. 18 District Administration Contact Info ................ 19 ELAC................................................................20 Early Childhood Screening................................. 21 District Map & Early Learning Sites.................. 22

ECFE Classes & Programs About ECFE ....................................................... 4 ECFE Winter/Spring 2018 Schedule.................... 5 Babies & Toddlers.............................................6-7 Two Year Olds to PreK......................................8-9 Registration & Fee Information....................10-11

Preschool Options

Community Preschool...................................16-17

Need more information? Give us a call! 651-403-8390

Early Learning Program Office 1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 651-403-8353 aleshia.leivermann@isd197.org Hearing Impaired Assistance: Use MN Relay Service

Were you mailed this brochure? If not... Add your children to the School District’s census by calling 651-403-7009. Information requested for the census includes family name, address, phone number, children’s names and children’s birthdates. Once you are included in the census, we can mail you Way to Grow as well as other District publications. In addition, you will be notified when it’s time for Early Childhood Screening (beginning at age 3 and required for kindergarten entrance), and the elementary school in your area will expect your child when it’s time for kindergarten. Use of Photos: We honor requests not to publish photos and/or videos of specific students. Submit such requests in writing to: District 197 Early Learning and Family Resource Center, 1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118

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Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Early Learning News - Laurie Hume Assistant Director - Early Learning Hello Families! As the weather turns colder it is a great time to cuddle up and read with your child. The number one thing parents can do to help their child develop strong literacy skills is to read with them everyday. When children know the joy of books at home they are more willing to actively listen to books at school. To celebrate our love of books we will be hosting a book fair the first week in February. All of the books are geared toward toddlers and preschoolers. Please feel free to stop by and browse. This semester we are offering a new class called Conscious Kids. This class teaches families strategies to help children develop self regulation skills and social emotional skills. Self regulation skills increase a child’s ability to learn new information. We are also offering 2 free classes. A drop in Baby Class at Pilot Knob and Story Time at the Early Learning and Family Resource Center. In addition, we continue to offer home visits to any family in the district. If you have questions, concerns or just want information on parenting please let us know and a parent educator can come to you. I am looking forward to another fun filled ECFE semester. Thank you for sharing your little ones with us. We love teaching and working with you and your children.

Early Learning Our Early Learning and Family Resource Center is located at 1970 Christenson Ave. West St. Paul, MN 55118. Our website is www.197earlylearning.tridistrictce.org. Please note: Early Learning classes are also offered at Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School in Eagan

ECFE Program/Registration Updates ECFE Online Registration Process Initial Registration requests – January 5-7, 2018

Initial ECFE registration requests will be accepted on our online site beginning Friday, January 5. While creating your registration request, you will be able to indicate your class preference as well as make an alternate class selection. Payment information will be required during registration, however, your payment will not be processed until your registration request is approved. Computer generated class placement will begin Monday, January 8 by lottery. Approval email notices will be sent by Thursday, January 11th. Once you receive an email notification that your registration request is approved, your payment will then be processed. ECFE Registrations on or after January 8, 2018 Following the initial registration and class placement period, requests will be accepted until all classes are filled.

Alternative to Online Registration

Online registration will provide you with the most efficient processing of your registration. However, if you do not have access online, you may contact our office at 651-403-8353 to register. Please note that phone-in registrations will be placed the same week as online registration, therefore offering equal advantage for ECFE class placement. Winter/Spring 2018 - Way to Grow  3


About ECFE ECFE is a program that offers parents and their children from birth to pre-kindergarten opportunities to grow and learn together in a supportive, stimulating environment. ECFE also supports families in learning to find time for one another, having fun together, being proud of who they are and knowing they are not alone. You will find fall semester classes and more information about ECFE in this section of the brochure. Information on preschool options is on pages 16-17 .

What are ECFE classes like? Classes are held in the mornings, afternoons and evenings. Most sessions last 1½ to 2 hours. A typical session begins with time for parents and children to enjoy classroom activities together. Then, children play and learn under the supervision of a licensed early childhood teacher, while parents share experiences and ideas with other parents and a licensed parent educator.

What do we know about the effectiveness of ECFE? Participant feedback and current research show that ECFE is a major resource to families with young children. It sets the stage for parent involvement and children’s success in K-12 education. It has proven effective with all kinds of families, and many even believe that ECFE creates more caring communities as it brings families from all income levels and backgrounds together around their common concerns as parents. School District 197 is serious about supporting families and children. Let us know how we can serve you better!

How do I register for ECFE?

Please see the registration instructions on pages 10-11.

The 2017-2018 Early Learning Advisory Council.

Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC)

The Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC) is a group of volunteer parents who assist in promoting the goals of ISD 197 Early Learning Programs. If you are interested in becoming a member please contact the Early Learning Program office at 651-403-8390. Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/ELAC197

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Early Childhood Special Education Early Childhood Special Education Services are provided for children birth through kindergarten. If you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s development please call: • Birth to Three Special Services Team: 651-403-8390 • Early Intervention Services For children age 3 through kindergarten: 651-403-8390

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


ECFE Schedule Winter/Spring 2018 Semester

Registration week begins January 5-7, 2018. Classes begin the week of January 23rd, 2017.

ECFE North: Early Learning and Family Resource Center Sibling Care is available at both sites for most classes

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Toddle Two's (20-30 months)

Busy Bodies (13-24 months)

I Can Do It! (24 - 36 months)

Makers and Movers (30 months - PreK)

Conscious Kids (30 mo - 5 yrs)

9:15-10:45 am

15 wks, Jan 24-May 16

14 wks, Feb. 1- May 17

5 weeks, Feb. 2-Mar. 9

9:15-10:45 am

15 wks, Jan. 22-May 14 15 wks, Jan. 23-May 15

9:15-10:45 am

9:30-11:30 am

Building Bridges - Family Literacy (3-5 years olds) 15 weeks, January 22-May 16 11:45 am-1:45 pm Parenting Together (30 months - PreK) 5:45-7:15 am

7 wks, Mar. 20-May 8

5:45-7:15 am

Drop-In Story Time (30 months - PreK) 7 wks, Mar. 16-May 18

9:30-10:30 am

No Class Dates: Jan. 25-26, Feb. 19-23 March 23-30, May 5

7 wks, Jan. 23-Mar. 13

Makers and Movers (30 months - PreK)

Building Bridges Espanol (3-5 años) 15 wks, Jan. 24-May 16

5-6:30 pm

ECFE South: Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Busy Bodies (13-24 months)

I Can Do It! (24 - 36 months)

Makers and Movers (30 months - PreK)

Toddle Two's (20-30 months)

15 wks Jan 23-May 15

15 wks Jan 24-May 16

14 wks Feb. 1-May 17

15 wks Jan. 22-May 14

9:30-11:00 am

Terrific Two's & Three's (24-48 months)

15 wks Jan. 22-May 14

11:45 am-1:15 pm

9:30-11:00 am

9:30-11:00 am

NEW Class

NEW Class

Ready, Set, School! (33-47 months)

Ready, Set, School! (33-47 months)

Parent/Child Day 15 wks Jan. 23-May 15

11:45 am-1:15 pm

9:30-10:30 am

9:30-11:00 am

FREE 4 week Baby Class

Friday Baby Drop-In 4 wks, Feb. 2-Mar. 2 10:30 am-12:00 pm Baby & Me (birth-12 months) 8 wks Mar. 9-May 18 11:00-12:00 p.m.

Child only day 15 wks Jan. 24-May 16

11:45 am-1:15 pm

No Class Dates: Jan. 25-26, Feb. 19-23, March 23-30, May 4

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Babies & Toddlers ECFE Programs & Age-Specific Classes for Parents & Their Children

Healthy Beginnings

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Home visits for families experiencing pregnancy/ birth or infant adoption. • • •

There are no income or special-needs guidelines. Receive free home visits to help you prepare for your new baby and cope when the baby arrives. Visits may begin during pregnancy or soon after the baby’s birth.

You will receive… • A free welcome package with many gifts. • Information on bonding/attachment, feeding, infant cues, sleep habits, immunizations, playing with baby, baby’s development, general baby care and community resources.

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Visitas a casa para familias que van a tener o adoptar un bebé. • N Un paquete gratis de bienvenida con muchos regalos • Información sobre el apego, alimentación comportamiento de su bebé, hábitos de dormir, inmunizaciones, cómo jugar con su bebé, el desarrollo del bebé, el cuidado general, y recursos de la comunidad. Para mayor información o para inscribirse, llame al 651-403-8366.

For more information or to register, call Healthy Beginnings at 651-403-8379

Welcome to ECFE - Free Baby Drop-in Playtime!

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Fridays, February 2 - March 2, 10:30-12:00 Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School (1436 Lone Oak Road Eagan, MN 55121)

Bienvenidos a ECFE - ¡Tiempo de Juego Gratuito para bebés! Viernes, del 2 de Febrero al 2 de Marzo 10:30-12:00 en la Escuela Magnet Pilot Knob STEM

Come and play with your baby and meet other parents and their babies. Find out about community resources. The room will be set up with toys and activities that will encourage your child's development in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. No worries about getting to class on time, just come when you can and stay as long as you like.

Ven a jugar con tu bebé y a conocer a otros padres y sus bebés. Entérese de recursos de la comunidad. La sala estará acomodada con juguetes y actividades que favorezcan el desarrollo de su hijo en un ambiente divertido y relajado. No se preocupe por llegar a clase a tiempo, sólo venga cuando pueda y quédese el tiempo que desee.

For more information, call the Early Learning and Family Resource Center at 651-403-8390 or in Espanol 651-403-8366.

Para mayor información, llame al Centro de Recursos de la Familia y Educación Temprana at 651-403-8390 o en Español 651-403-8366.

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Baby & Me (Birth-12 Months)

Non-Separating Class So you have a new baby! Infancy is a very important time in the life of your child as well as a wonderful and challenging time for you. Join other parents of infants and an expert parent educator to talk about your baby’s development, safety, feeding, sleep and “me time.” Parents and babies stay together with time reserved for songs, fingerplays and stories. This will be a relaxing and informative class where you can ask your questions, share your ideas and meet other families. Section 1 Fridays, March 9-May 18 (8 weeks) (No class March 23, 30, May 4) 11-12 p.m. Pilot Knob

Little Hearts Pajama Party! Saturday, Feb. 10 10-11:30 am

Located at Early Learning and Family Resource Center

Do You Have Other Children who need Childcare During Early Learning Classes? The ECFE Program provides sibling care for families enrolled at both Sites. Siblings of children attending an age specific class that are 6 months or older or will turn 6 months during the class must be registered for sibling care For more information, see page 11.

Busy Bodies (13-24 Months)

Separating Class Come learn and play with your emerging little person. Learn about activities that hold a toddler’s attention and thus can help your child’s development. Parent discussions include topics such as: making separation easier, child-proofing your home, and your child’s growing need for independence. Section 1 Mondays, Jan. 22-May 14 (15 weeks) (No class Feb. 19, March 26) 9:30-11:00 a.m. Pilot Knob Section 2 Tuesdays, Jan. 23-May 15 (15 weeks) (No Class Feb. 20, March 27) 9:15-10:45 am Early Learning & Family Resource Center

Toddle Twos (20-30 months)

Your little one will learn through playing with others and enjoying new activities, sights and sounds. You will both enjoy time in the specially designed children’s space and get ideas for some great activities you can do at home. Parents will separate for parent discussion time. Section 1 Mondays, Jan. 22-May 14 (15 weeks) (No class Feb 19, March 26) 9:15-10:45 a.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center Section 2 Thursdays, Feb. 1-May 17 (14 weeks) (No class Feb. 20, March 27) 9:30-11:00 a.m. Pilot Knob

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Two Year Olds to PreK ECFE Age-Specific Classes for Parents & Their Children

Makers & Movers (30 Months-PreK)

Active and curious, children in this age group are brimming with excitement and questions about their environment. Join other families for fun sessions filled with play, songs, sensory activities, and gym activities arranged by an early childhood teacher. Your child will love the one-on-one attention during the parent-child interaction time. Parents will share ideas and concerns and learn of new resources during the parent discussion time, which will be facilitated by a parent educator. Section 1

Tuesdays, March 20-May 8 (7 weeks) (No class March 27) 5:45-7:15 p.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center

Section 2

Wednesdays, Jan 24-May 16 (15 weeks) (No class Feb 21, March 28) 9:30-11:00 a.m. Pilot Knob

Section 3

Thursdays, Feb 1-May 17 (14 weeks) (No Class Feb 22, March 29) 9:30-11:30 a.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center

Conscious Kids (30 months-5 years)

Support your child’s social emotional development by attending our non-seperating class based on Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline Curriculum. Activities will include breathing, yoga, brain smart starts, and I love you rituals. We will feature stories that focus on feelings and emotions. We will be creating make and takes and practice calming strategies that you can use at home. Non-Seperating Class

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Section 1

Fridays, Feb. 2-March 9 (5 weeks) (No Class Feb. 23)

Early Learning and Family Resource Center

9:30-10:30 a.m.

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Drop-In Story Time (30 Months-5 years)

Non-Separating Class Story Time provides a wonderful opportunity for you and your child to enjoy books and literacy-related activities with other children and parents. Each class features a new story that helps children develop their listening ability and is followed by fun activities that support the story and spark children’s imagination and creativity. Section 1

Fridays, March 16-May 18 (No class March 23, 30, May 4) 9:30-10:30 a.m.

March 16 April 6 April 13 April 20 April 27 May 11 May 18

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Sweet Dreams Follow the Leader Night Shift Daddy Bear Wants More If You Give a Pig a Party Fishy Tales

Registration is not required. Sibling care will not be available for this class.

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Ready, Set, School! (33-47 months)

Parenting Together (30 mo - PreK)

Co-parenting can sometimes be a challenge, as each parent brings different ideas of what works to raise healthy, successful children. Join us for a class for couples/parenting partners to discuss successful strategies for parenting together. In this class, we will discuss differences in parenting styles, parenting values, effective discipline strategies and we will explore ways to support one another as you parent together. (Please note that this class is for couples/parenting partners and is structured in a way that encourages both parents to attend all 6 weeks together.)

Section 1

Tuesdays, Jan 23-March 13 (7 weeks) (No class Feb. 20) 5:45-7:15 p.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center

ECFE Building Bridges (Parents/Grandparents & Children Ages 3-5) This ECFE program is for non-native English speaking families with children ages 3-5 and provides childcare for younger siblings. Building Bridges features parent discussions, English language learning for parents (daytime only), school readiness activities for children, special events for families, and the sharing of community-resource information. Partners include Dodge Nature Center and Minnesota Reading Corps. Although the program is free, preregistration is required.

Section 1

Family Literacy Monday - Wednesday, Jan. 22-May 16 (See no class dates on pg. 5) 12:15-1:45 p.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center Children will have lunch at school at 11:45 a.m. prior to class beginning.

Section 2 (Evening)

EspaĂąol- Without Family Literacy Wednesdays, Jan. 24-May 16 5-6:30 p.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center (School Age Care provided in the evening)

*Transportation is available for both the day and

evening sections of this class.

Ready, Set, School! Is a year long class for parents with children ages 33-47 months that follows the ECFE model. Parents attend the first day to enjoy parent child time and meet with a licensed Parent Educator to discuss parenting topics. The 2nd day offers a children-only experience and parents will bring child to the classroom for drop off and return after class. Both days children are with a licensed Early Childhood teacher and a classroom assistant. (See page 13 for additional information)

Tuesdays(parent/child) and Wednesdays (children only) Jan. 23-May 16 (No class Feb. 20, 21, March 27, 28) 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Pilot Knob

I Can Do It! (24-36 Months)

Two is the perfect age for you and your little one to be in a parent-child class! Your two-year-old benefits from learning to be around otheres, and you benefit from support and information that help you nurture a child of this challenging age. This class is a great way to begin to expose your child to new situations and for you to meet other parents. Come and have fun with your child while you grow as a parent! Parents seperate from children for parent discussion time. Section 1

Tuesdays, Jan 23-May 15 (15 weeks) (No class Feb 20, March 27) 9:30-11:00 a.m. Pilot Knob

Section 2

Wednesdays, Jan 24-May 16 (15 weeks) (No class Feb 21, March 28) 9:15-11:45 a.m. Early Learning and Family resource Center

Terrific Two's and Three's

(24-48 months) Enjoy time together as you engage in fun learning activities with your child in the classroom under the guidance of an early childhood teacher. We'll sing songs, go to the gym, and engage in fun art activities to stimulate your child's imagination and creativity. Parents will share ideas and concerns and learn of new resources during the parent discussion time. You will also gain some ideas for fun activities to try at home! Section 1

Mondays, Jan 22-May 14 (15 weeks) (no class Feb 19, March 26) 11:45-1:15 Pilot Knob

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ECFE Registration Procedures Registration begins January 5 & continues until classes are filled Following the initial registration and class placement period, registrations will be accepted until all classes are filled.

Age Requirements A child must fit within the age range specified for the class on the first day of that class For example, to enroll in Busy Bodies (13-24 months)

a child must be no younger than 13 months and no older than 24 months on the first day of class.

ECFE Registration Initial registrations accepted January 5-7 Initial ECFE registration requests will be accepted on our online site beginning Friday. January 5. While creating your registration request, you will be able to indicate your class preference as well as make an alternate class selection. Payment information will be required during registration, however, your payment will not be processed until your registration request is approved. Computer generated class placement will begin January 8 by lottery. See page 12 for information regardings setting up an online account for registering for classes. Alternative to Online Registration If you do not have access online, you may contact our office at 651-403-8353 to register. Please note that phone-in registrations will be placed the same week as online registration, therefore offering equal advantage for ECFE class placement. Registration is for January 22-May 18 current semester classes only Each semester requires a separate registration. If you have questions, call 651-403-8353.

Class Fees See sliding fee scale on page 11 Review the fee scales on the next page to determine your fee. No one is turned away for inability to pay, and no financial questions are asked. Choose the family income category that best meets your family need.

Class Cancellations & Refunds Refunds must be requested at least two working days prior to the first class. Refunds are not issued after that time due to commitments made to instructors. Your money will be refunded if the class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or if the class is filled before your registration is received. Refunds are not issued for classes with registration fees of less than $15. No refunds are made when classes are cancelled because of weather. A processing fee of $10 per class is deducted from any refund made at your request.

Immunization Requirements You must bring your child's immunization record the first day of class. See page 12 for details.

Are registrations confirmed? If you register online, you will receive an e-mail confirming your class placement by January 8. If you register by phone, you will receive a phone confirmation by January 11. Once you receive a notification that your registration request is approved, your payment will be processed.

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Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


About our Fees The sliding fee scale to the right applies to most ECFE classes described on pages 5-9 of this brochure. Please refer to this scale to determine your fee based on your family income, the hours per class session and the number of weeks the class you are registering for meets. Call 651-403-8353 with questions. Please note that class fees are per child and not per family. Sibling Care (Offered at Early Learning Center and Pilot Knob) Sibling care is offered for brothers and sisters who are kindergarten-age and younger. Siblings of children attending an age specific class that are 6 months or older or will turn 6 months during the class must be registered for sibling care. Due to the need to provide safe and appropriate care for all children, please register for sibling care at the time you register for your class. You can do this by filling out the sibling care section of the ECFE class registration online. Children cannot attend sibling care unless they are preregistered. See the sliding fee scale table on the right for the total cost for each class. If you are paying by check, please include both the class fee and the sibling-care fee in your total. If you are paying with a credit card, your total will reflect both the class fee and the sibling-care fee. If you have questions, please call 651-403-8353.

Family Income

1-hour class 1.5-hour class 2-hour class

15-Week Class $90,000 and above

$180

$240

$300

$75,000-$89,999

$135

$195

$240

$60,000-$74,999

$120

$150

$195

$45,000-$59,999

$90

$120

$135

$30,000-$44,999

$45

$75

$105

$29,999 and under

$15

$30

$45

Sibling Care/child

$75

$85

$95

$90,000 and above

$168

$224

$280

$75,000-$89,999

$126

$182

$224

$60,000-$74,999

$112

$140

$182

$45,000-$59,999

$84

$112

$126

$30,000-$44,999

$42

$70

$98

$29,999 and under

$14

$28

$42

Sibling Care/child

$70

$80

$90

$96

$128

$160

$75,000-$89,999

$72

$104

$128

$60,000-$74,999

$64

$80

$104

$45,000-$59,999

$48

$64

$72

$30,000-$44,999

$24

$40

$56

14-Week Class

8-Week Class $90,000 and above

$29,999 and under

$8

$16

$24

Sibling Care/child

$40

$50

$60

$90,000 and above

$84

$112

$140

$75,000-$89,999

$63

$91

$112

7-Week Class

$60,000-$74,999

$56

$70

$91

$45,000-$59,999

$42

$56

$63

$30,000-$44,999

$21

$35

$49

$29,999 and under

$7

$14

$21

Sibling Care/child

$35

$45

$55

Family Income

1.5-hour class 6-Wk Class

1.5-hour class 5-Wk Class

$90,000 & above

$96

$60

$75,000-$89,999

$78

$45

$60,000-$74,999

$60

$40

$45,000-$59,999

$48

$30

$30,000-$44,999

$30

$15

$29,999 & under

$12

$5

Sibling Care/child

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NA

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ECFE Registration Information Creating Your Online Account for Registration Be sure to set up a family account before our January 5 registration, so you are ready to quickly register online for your classes. Please follow the directions below to set up your account.

Login Set-up 1. Go to the our website tridistrict.thatscommunityed.com 2. Select Create an Account 3. Complete the Create an Account form. (*Required fields are indicated with an asterisk.) 4. OR Sign in using an existing Facebook account.

Add Relationships (Children) to Your Account

Immunization Requirement Minnesota Immunization Law Details Minnesota requires that all children entering child care, early childhood programs, and elementary or secondary schools (public or private), have up-to-date immunizations on file with the provider. Children enrolled in ISD 197 ECFE programs will be required to provide a copy of an immunization record for each child enrolled prior to the child attending the program. The school district will be following up on each and every child enrolled as required by law. You may use the print out from your physician's office or utilize the form provided online at www.197ecfe.tridistrictce.org to record your child's immunizations. You must bring your child's immunization record the first day of class. Any child who does not have up-to-date immunizations on the first day of class will not be allowed to attend.

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5. Log in to your Account. 6. Relationships on this Account are shown in the left sidebar Welcome Screen. Select Manage Your Relationships 7. Select Add a Relationship. 8. Select how this person is related to you using the drop-down list. 9. Select Continue. 10. Complete the form and select the Add button. 11. Select the Add a Relationship button again to add another Relationship. 12. As soon as your User Account is set up, you may begin to use the system. You may want to add your family relationships (children, grandparents or neighbors who are emergency contacts, etc) to facilitate future registrations. If you have questions, please call 651-403-8353.

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Ready, Set, School! Registration Ready, Set, School! Is a year long class for parents with children ages 33-47 months that follows the ECFE model. Parents attend the first day to enjoy parent child time and meet with a licensed Parent Educator to discuss parenting topics. On the 2nd day offers a children-only experience and parents will bring child to the classroom for drop off and return after class. Both days children are with a licensed Early Childhood teacher and a classroom assistant. In addition to preparing for kindergarten, children have opportunities to become enthusiastic learners and strengthen their social skills through play with other children while exploring the love of learning and starting their journey to future school success! Tuesdays & Wednesdays through May 16 11:45 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School

• Children must be at least 33 months by Sept. 1, 2017

to attend this class. • Sibling Care is available for younger children at an additional cost (Tuesdays only). • Tuition is paid monthly for the two-day-a-week class and will be charged to the method of payment supplied during registration. • Transportation is not available for this class.

Registration is open all year until class is full

Ready, Set, School Monthly Fee Total Family Income

Monthly Fee

$90,000 and above

$110

$75,000-$89,999

$95

$60,000-$74,999

$80

$45,000-$59,999

$65

$30,000-$44,999

$45

$29,999 and under

$25

Sibling Care

$20

Sept. - April, monthly payments

Registration Instructions • Use the table below to calculate your monthly tuition. • Payments are due on the first of the month. • Registration will include payment of the first month’s tuition. • Include your sibling-care needs during registration to reserve space. Payments for sibling care are $20 per month. • Follow the instructions on pages 10 and 12 to register • If you have any questions, please call the Early Learning office at 651-403-8353. Winter/Spring 2018 - Way to Grow  13


Building Bridges Program For Non-Native English Speakers Please check day or evening program - Por favor marquen el programa de la mañana o la tarde _____ Building Bridges-Family Litereacy - Monday-Wednesday, Jan. 23-May 16, 11:45-1:45 p.m. - Early Learning Center (Must be available to attend all three days and must have a child between the ages of 3-5) Alfabetización Familiar – “Building Bridges”—de lunes a miércoles 11:45-1:45 p.m. – Centro de Aprendizaje Temprano (Deben asistir los cuatro días y tener hijos entre las edades de 3-5 años) _____ Building Bridges Evening Program - Wednesday, Jan. 23-May 16, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Early Learning Center (For families with children birth to five) Programa “Building Bridges” por la tarde – los miércoles de 5:00-6:30 p.m. – Centro de Aprendizaje Temprano (Para familias con niños de nacimiento hasta cinco años)

Date:_____/______/______ Home language: __________________ Translator needed:______________ Fecha

Lenguaje en la casa

Necesitan intérprete

Parent/Guardian(s) who will attend class (Padres que asistirán a la clase): Full Name: _________________________________________ Nombre completo

Phone: (Casa)____________________ (Work)_____________________(Cell)____________________ Teléfono (Casa)

(Trabajo)

(Cel)

Full Name: _________________________________________ Nombre completo

Phone: (Casa)____________________ (Work)_____________________(Cell)____________________ Teléfono (Casa)

(Trabajo)

(Cel)

Children - Please list all children who will attend class or require sibling care (Escriba los nombres de todos los niños que van a asistir o que requieran cuidado de niños): Child's Name: ______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ____/___/____ Nombre del niño/a

Fecha de nacimiento

Child's Name: ______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ____/___/____ Nombre del niño/a

Fecha de nacimiento

Child's Name: ______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ____/___/____ Nombre del niño/a

Fecha de nacimiento

Child's Name: ______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ____/___/____ Nombre del niño/a

Fecha de nacimiento

Family Address (Dirección de la familia): Street_______________________________Apt. #_______ City_________________Zip Code________ Calle y número (incluya el número del apartamento)

Ciudad

Código postal

Is transportation needed? _____ Yes _____No ¿Necesitan transporte?

No

Please send form to the Early Learning and Family Resource Center Por favor envíen esta forma al programa de “Early Learning” en la escuela Mendota Attn: Aleshia Leivermann 1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 E-mail: aleshia.leivermann@isd197.org • Phone: 651-403-8353 • Español: 651-403-8366

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Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Información sobre los Programas de la Niñez Temprana del Distrito 197 Educación Familiar de la Niñez Temprana (EFNT) es un programa para

padres y sus hijos recién nacidos a pre kínder que ofrece oportunidades para crecer y aprender juntos en un ambiente estimulante y lleno de apoyo. Estos programas también apoyan a familias a aprender a encontrar tiempo para sí mismos, divertirse juntos, y estar orgulloso de quiénes son. ¿Cómo son las clases de estos programas? Las clases son en las mañanas, tardes, y las noches. La mayoría de las clases duran 1 hora y media a 2 horas. Una clase típica comienza con tiempo para padres e hijos para disfrutar de actividades juntos en la clase. Después, los niños juegan y aprenden bajo la supervisión de una maestra licenciada en la niñez temprana, mientras los padres comparten experiencias e ideas con otros padres y una maestra licenciada en cómo ayudar y enseñar a padres. La clase de “Building Bridges” se lleva a cabo los miércoles en la tarde en Early Learning Center y Family Resource Center de 5-6:30 p.m. Hay transporte para la escuela y cuidado para niños. Deben tener un hijo dentro de la edad de recién nacido a 5 años (antes de entrar a kínder) para inscribirse a esta clase. La clase de “Building Bridges”- Alfabetización Familiar se lleva a cabo de lunes a miércoles desde las 11:45 de la mañana hasta las 1:45 de la tarde. La Alfabetización Familiar es un programa de EFNT que provee la oportunidad a padres e hijos para aprender juntos. El programa provee educación para la niñez temprana, actividades interactivas literarias para padres e hijos, educación y conversaciones para padres, y clases de inglés para adultos. Hay transporte disponible y almuerzo para los niños. Deben tener un hijo dentro las edades de 3 y 5 (antes de entrar a kínder) para inscribirse a esta clase. También se provee cuidado para niños más pequeños. Se pueden inscribir para las clases de “Building Bridges” de la noche (en español) en Centro de Aprendizaje Temprano, o la clase de Alfabetización Familiar en Centro de Aprendizaje Temprano completando la forma en la página 13, o llamando al teléfono 651-403-8366.

Nuestros Programas Preescolares Ofrecen “un Puente para la Escuela”

Los programas preescolares del Distrito 197 proveen “un puente para la escuela” a través de los programas de medio día. Experiencias ricas en aprendizaje en salones bien equipados están presentes todos los días con niños que crecen en un ambiente de una “escuela verdadera.” Los preescolares usan la biblioteca y el gimnasio, se juntan con niños de grados kínder a cuarto, asisten a asambleas escolares y eventos especiales, y siguen un horario típico de un niño de kínder el que incluye actividades individuales, como grupos pequeños y grandes. Usted va a encontrar a maestras de calidad y comprensivas que tienen todas las credenciales para enseñar a preescolares.

Nuestro programa Provee...

• Actividades interactivas y la alegría del descubrimiento. • Programas de Kínder a cuarto grado alineados con nuestro distrito. • Instrucción apropiada para el desarrollo para asegurar que su hijos esté completamente preparado para entrar al Kínder. • La fundación para el éxito escolar futuro animando el desarrollo personal, social, y físico; el desarrollo del lenguaje; las habilidades de pre-lectura y pre-escritura; el razonamiento matemático y científico; y el entusiasmo para las ciencias sociales, la música, y el arte. • La colaboración exitosa con el programa de Minnesota Reading Corps el cual asegura que todos los niños lean competentemente para el tercer grado.

El Programa Preescolar de la Comunidad también se provee en el Distrito 197.

Este programa ofrece programas preescolares para niños de 3 y 4 años antes de entrar a Kínder. Los niños de 3 años tienen un programa de dos días a la semana, y los niños de 4 años tienen clases de 4 días a la semana. Para el programa para niños de 3 años, los niños deben cumplir los 3 años antes del primero de septiembre, y para el programa para niños de 4 años, los niños deben cumplir los 4 años antes del primero de septiembre. Estos programas se ofrecen en las escuelas Early Learning y Family Resource Center, y Pilot Knob. Por favor llamen al teléfono 651-403-8366 si desean recibir un folleto y materiales de inscripción por correo.

Hay ayuda financiera disponible Para más información en español llame al teléfono 651-403-8366.

a familias que califican. Existen ciertos requisitos y las familias deben proveer prueba de ingresos. Por favor llame al teléfono 651-403-8366 si desea recibir mayor información, o visite la página www.isd197.org marque en “Community Education” luego “Early Learning.”

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Preschool Information

We are proud of our preschool program collaboration with Minnesota Reading Corps to help best prepare children for school success.

Community Preschool Programs

Offered at the ELFRC and Pilot Knob (Sept-May) Visit www.197preschool.tridistrictce.org for the most up to date information. For more information, call 651-403-8353.

ThreeSchool Children must be 3 by Sept 1

The focus of ThreeSchool is on social skills, exposure to a variety of learning materials and increasing language skills. Children must be toilet trained.

PreK Children must be 4 by Sept 1

Our Preschool Programs Provide a "Bridge to School” School District 197’s half-day preschool programs provide rich learning experiences in well-equipped classrooms. Children thrive in this “real school” environment. Preschoolers use the library and gym, attend school assemblies and special events, and follow a schedule typical to kindergarten. Our teachers who are fully credentialed with bachelor’s degrees or higher, provide a caring early learning environment.

PreK provides a variety of experiences for 4 and 5-year-olds which promote social skills and enhance learning. Children learn and grow in a structured preschool environment that fosters school readiness skills that will help them in kindergarten. Our preschool students in the elementary schools follow a schedule typical to kindergarten that includes individual, small- and large-group activities.

Our Curriculum Provides...

Interactive activities and the joy of discovery. ◆◆ Program alignment with the district’s K-4 programs. ◆◆ Developmentally appropriate instruction that

fully prepares your child for Kindergarten.

◆◆ The foundation for future school success

by encouraging personal, social and physical development; language development; pre-reading and pre-writing skills; mathematical and scientific thinking; and enthusiasm for social studies, music and art.

◆◆ Collaboration with the Minnesota Reading

Corps that helps to ensure that all children are reading proficiently by grade 3.

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School Readiness

School Readiness is a program for families in need. The program provides children with a variety of experiences which promote social skills and enhance learning. Certain eligibility requirements apply.

Financial assistance available for families who qualify Call 651-403-8390 or visit our website at www. isd197.org and click on the Community Education tab and then Early Learning. Eligibility requirements apply. Families must provide proof of income.


Preschool Options

Look for the 2018-19 preschool brochure in January with registration in February

EARLY LEARNING AND FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER 1970 Christensen Avenue, West St. Paul PreKindergarten (Age 4 or older by September 1, 2017) M,T,W,Th,F 5 full days (Lunch provided) 9:15 am - 3:30 pm (Wait List) M,T,W,Th,F 5 mornings 9:15 am - 11:45 am (Wait List) M,W,F 3 mornings 9:15 am - 11:45 am M,W,F 3 afternoons 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm ThreeSchool (Age 3 years by September 1, 2017) M,T,W,Th,F 5 mornings T, Th 2 mornings

9:15 am - 11:45 am 9:15 am - 11:45 am

Extended Day options AT ELC ONLY We will be offering extended day options. Extended day offers the opportunity for additional activities and learning opportunities. Children may be dropped off any time between 7:15-9:15 and picked up between 3:30-5:30. PreKindergarten Extended Day Mornings ThreeSchool Extended Day Mornings (Wait List) (Light breakfast provided) 7:15am – 9:15am

This option is available with a morning or all day section of PreKindergarten or ThreeSchool.

PreKindergarten Extended Day Afternoons

3:30pm – 5:30pm

This option is available with a afternoon or all day section of PreKindergarten.

MORELAND ARTS & HEALTH SCIENCES MAGNET SCHOOL 217 W. Moreland Ave, West St. Paul PreKindergarten (Age 4 or older by September 1, 2017) (Wait List) M,T,W,Th,F 5 mornings (breakfast & lunch provided) 7:35 am - 11:05 am

PILOT KNOB STEM MAGNET SCHOOL 1436 Lone Oak Road, Eagan PreKindergarten (Age 4 or older by September 1, 2017) (Wait List) M,W,F 3 mornings 9:15 am - 11:45 am M,W,F 3 afternoons 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm ThreeSchool (Age 3 years by September 1, 2017) (Wait List) T, Th 2 mornings 9:15 am - 11:45 am Winter/Spring 2018 - Way to Grow  17


Winter/Spring 2018 Kindergarten Registration See below for kindergarten registration for parents and guardians of children who will enter kindergarten in 2018-19. Families must register their child at their neighborhood elementary school. See intra-district transfer informaton for alternate school requests. For more information about District 197 enrollment visit www.isd197.org/enroll.

Garlough Environmental Magnet School Susan Powell, Principal 1740 Charlton Ave, West St Paul 651-403-8101 Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, February 1

4:30-6 pm

Mendota Elementary School Steven Goldade, Principal 1979 Summit Lane, Mendota Heights 651-403-8001 Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, February 1

5:30-7 pm

Moreland Arts & Health Sciences Magnet School Mark Quinn, Principal 217 W Moreland, West St Paul 651-403-7801 Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, February 1

5:30-7 pm

Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School Adriana Henderson, Principal 1436 Lone Oak Road, Eagan 651-403-7901 Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, February 1

6-7:30 pm

Somerset Elementary School Libby Huettl, Principal 1355 Dodd Road, Mendota Heights 651-403-8201 Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, February 1

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6-7:30 pm

Intra-district Student Transfer Applications District 197 is proud to offer a wide range of school options for families. While we encourage parents to enroll their child at their neighborhood elementary school, we know that families may wish to attend a school other than the one in their attendance area, such as one of our magnet schools. If you are a resident of School District 197 and would like your child(ren) to attend Kindergarten in 2018-19 at a school other than your neighborhood school, you must request an intra-district transfer. This transfer must be requested prior to the year in which enrollment is requested.

For more information, visit www.isd197.org/enroll

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


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Christensen Ave.

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The Early Learning and Family Resource Center is located at 1970 Christensen Ave 1970 Christenson Ave West St Paul, MN 55118. West St Paul Our website is www.197earlylearning.tridistrictce.org. Please note: Early Learning classes are also offered at Pilot Knob and Moreland

School District 197 Administrative Phone Numbers Peter Olson-Skog Cari Jo Drewitz Marcy Doud Lisa Grathen Laurie Hume Aleshia Leivermann

Superintendent of Schools 651-403-7002 Director of Curriculum 651-403-7003 Director of Special Services 651-403-7004 Director of Community Education 651-403-8311 Assistant Director of Early Learning 651-403-8350 Early Learning Program Manager 651-403-8353

School District 197 Elementary Schools Garlough Environmental Magnet Mendota Elementary Moreland Arts & Health Sciences Magnet Pilot Knob STEM Magnet Somerset Elementary

1740 Charlton Ave, West St. Paul 1979 Summit Ln, Mendota Heights 217 W Moreland, West St. Paul 1436 Lone Oak Rd, Eagan 1355 Dodd Rd, Mendota Heights

651-403-8106 651-403-8006 651-403-7806 651-403-7906 651-403-8206

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Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC)

2017-2018 2016-2017 Early Early Learning LearningEvents Events All All events events are arefree freeand andopen open to to the the public! public! No Nopre-registration pre-registrationneeded! needed. WildImagination Imagination Costume Wild CostumeParty Party Saturday, Oct. 3:30 – 5:00pm Saturday, Oct. 14,15, 3:30-5:00 pm EarlyLearning Learning & & Family Family Resource Early ResourceCenter Center (1970Christensen ChristensenAve, Ave, WSP) (1970 WSP) Little Hearts Pajama Party

Little Hearts Pajama Party Saturday, Feb. 4, 10:00am – 11:30am

Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:00 am-11:30 am Early Learning & Family Resource Center Early Learning & Family Resource Center (1970 Christensen Ave, WSP) (1970 Christensen Ave, WSP) Story Teller Story Teller Saturday, Apr 22, 10:00am – 11:00am Saturday, Apr. 14, 10:00 am-11:00 am Pilot Knob Pilot Knob (1436 Rd, Eagan) (1436 Pilot KnobPilot Rd,Knob Eagan) Trucks&&Travel Travel Trucks

Who we are. What we do. The Early Learning Advisory Council is a group of volunteer parents and community members who strive to be active members of the early learning community and school district community. The purpose and function of the council is to: 1) Promote the goals, objectives, and vision of the West St. Paul-Mendota HeightsEagan Area Schools’ Early Learning programs. 2) Sponsor and/or host special activities for families and for Early Learning program staff. 3) Perform fundraising for the purpose of generating revenue for the district’s Early Learning programs, district programs and related functions and causes. 4) Serve as an advocate for the concerns of parents whose children are enrolled in the district’s Early Learning programs. 5) Facilitate communication between parents and teachers, school administrators, the school board, and the Superintendent. 6) Advise on and review areas of curriculum development and program evaluation.

3 Ways to Get Involved.

Wednesday, June6:15 14,pm-7:45 6:15pm pm – 7:45pm Monday, June 11, HenrySibley SibleyHigh High School Parking Henry School Parking LotLot (1897 Ave, Mendota Hgts) (1897Delaware Delaware Ave, Mendota Hgts)

Apply to serve on the council. We are looking for enthusiastic members to join the Early Learning Advisory Council! The Council meets once a month to plan events, advocate for early learning, and review and plan fundraising initiatives. Monthly meetings occur in the mornings and evenings at Mendota Elementary. Child care is provided for morning meetings.

2017-18 ELAC Officers 2015-16 ELAC Officers

Volunteer to help at an early learning special event. We need parent volunteers to assist with event set up, event programming, and clean up. We are also looking for people with unique talents that they could share with our group. Do you enjoy photography? Have a knack for face painting? Are you a creative storyteller, magician, or musician? We’d love to hear from you!

President: Maggie Zumwalde President: Maggie Zumwalde Co-President: Sara Longsdorf Vice President: President: Katie Vice KatieKovar Kovar Secretary: Katie Secretary: Katie DeCrans DeCrans Treasurer: Amy Achman Treasurer: Christine Davis

Stay informed. (1)Go to the TriDistrict website www.tridistrictce.org. Select Early Learning Program. (2) “Like” ELAC 197 on Facebook to see the most up to date event details, parent education, and important program announcements. If you would like more information on how you can become involved, please contact the Early Learning office: aleshia.leivermann@isd197.org or 651-403-8353.

www.facebook.com/ELAC197

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Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12


Scre3e!n at

Early Childhood Screening Recommended at age three. Required by the State for Kindergarten Entrance. To make an appointment, call 651-403-8363.

Evaluación para la Niñez Temprana del Distrito Escolar 197

Early Childhood Screening

Minnesota Requirement for Kindergarten Entrance

Early childhood screening provides a free overview of your child’s development. The best possible time to have your child screened is about 3 years and before the 4th birthday. During screening a nurse will check: hearing, vision*, immunization records, cognitive and motor skills, speech/language and communication and social/emotional development. You will be provided with information on your child’s development, kindergarten readiness as well as other community resources. Please call our screening office at 651-403-8363 to schedule your child’s appointment.

Requisito de Minnesota para entrar al Kínder. La evaluación de la Niñez Temprana provee un examen gratis del desarrollo de su hijo. El mejor momento para esta evaluación es cuando su hijo tenga 3 años y antes de cumplir los 4 años. Durante esta evaluación, una enfermera revisará: la audición, la visión*, la cartilla de vacunas, las habilidades motoras y cognitivas, el lenguaje/habla y la comunicación, y el desarrollo social y emocional. Usted recibirá información sobre el desarrollo de su hijo, si es que está listo para entrar al kínder, como también otros recursos en la comunidad. Por favor llame al número 651-403-8366 para programar una cita. *Esta evaluación ayuda al distrito a identificar a niños que puedan beneficiarse de recursos en la comunidad y la evaluación de la visión, y auque es de beneficio, no sustituye a un examen comprensivo de la vista.

Location

Early Learning and Family Resource Center 1970 Christensen Ave. West St. Paul, MN 55118

*While screening helps the district identify children who may benefit from available community resources, vision screening, while helpful, is not a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam.

Office Hours

If you receive District mailings, you will be notified by mail after your child’s third birthday to make an appointment for him/her to be screened. If you do not currently receive District mailings, please see page 2 for information on adding your name to the District’s census. If your child is nearing age four, call 651-403-8363 for an appointment. In order for your child to start kindergarten in any Minnesota public school, you will need to provide the school with your child’s Early Childhood Screening summary and updated immunization records.

Phone

Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

651-403-8363

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District Map & Early Learning Sites ECFE North Early Learning and Family Resource Center

ECFE South Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School 1436 Lone Oak Road, Eagan, MN 55121

1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 651-403-8390 Fax: 651-403-8310 Aleshia Leivermann - Manager - Early Learning aleshia.leivermann@isd197.org Laurie Hume - Assistant Director - Early Learning Laurie.hume@isd197.org

Hearing Impaired Assistance: Please use MN Relay Service

Other Early Learning Programs/Sites

• Early Childhood Special Education Early Learning and Family Resource Center, and Pilot Knob • Early Childhood Screening Early Learning and Family Resource Center 1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118

Sidney St. Annapolis St.

Heritage Middle School

LILYDALE

Mississippi River

Mendota School

Marie Ave.

110

Friendly Hills Middle School

Delaware Ave.

MENDOTA HEIGHTS

Lexington Ave.

Mi nn es ota Ri ve r

55

Mendota Heights Rd.

110

494 60th St.

22

McKee St.

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

Lone Oak Rd. Louis Ln.

55

Pilot Knob School

EAGAN Blackhawk Road

Paradise Ln.

Pilot Knob Rd.

35E

Lexington Ave.

Fort Snelling State Park

Early Learning and Family Resource Center

SUNFISH LAKE

494

13

Wentworth Ave.

Henry Sibley High School

Huber Dr.

MENDOTA

52

Garlough Environmental Magnet School

Dodd Rd.

35E Mendota Bridge

WEST 3 ST. PAUL

Courthouse Blvd.

Yankee Doodle Rd.

Duckwood Dr.

Registration Procedures and ECFE Fees are listed on pages 10-12

Lafayette Fwy.

Somerset School

13

Butler Ave.

Moreland School Charlton St.

• Community Preschool (PreK & ThreeSchool) Early Learning Center and Family Resource Center, Moreland and Pilot Knob

South Robert St.

• ECFE Building Bridges Early Learning and Family Resource Center


FREE Events for You & Your Family! District 197 – Proudly serving the communities of Eagan, Inver Grove Heights, Lilydale, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake and West St. Paul

Little Hearts Pajama Party! Saturday, Feb. 10 10:00-11:30 a.m. Early Learning and Family Resource Center

Trucks and Travel

Monday, June 11, 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. Henry Sibley High School Parking Lot 1897 Delaware Ave., Mendota Heights

Fun for the whole family! Join our Trucks and Travel event and let the kids climb on fire trucks, big rigs, cranes and all kinds of trucks and traveling machines. Preregistration is not required, this event is free. This special event is sponsored by ECFE and the Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC).

1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul

Fun for the whole family! Join our Little Hearts Pajama Party for games, crafts and story time with the Dakota County Library. Pre-registration not required. There will be no fee for this event but we will be accepting donations of new pajamas for children in need in our community. This event is sponsored by the Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC).

Find us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/ELAC197

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Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage

Early Learning and Family Resource Center 1970 Christensen Ave West St. Paul, MN 55118

One Program, Two locations ECFE North Early Learning and Family Resource Center 1970 Christensen Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 651-403-8390 Fax: 651-403-8310 Aleshia Leivermann - Manager - Early Learning aleshia.leivermann@isd197.org Laurie Hume - Assistant Director - Early Learning Laurie.hume@isd197.org

ECFE South Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School 1436 Lone Oak Road, Eagan, MN 55121 Hearing Impaired Assistance: Please use MN Relay Service

PAID

Permit No. 2015 Twin Cities, MN

West St. Paul ECFE Winter-Spring 2018  

The West St. Paul ECFE Winter-Spring 2018!

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