Lansing Early Childhood Special Education Page
Early Childhood Administrator
913-727-1755 x 1509
Upcoming Events and Community Services
Tuesday 10/3 - *Picture Day*
Thursday 10/5- Unity day - Wear pink or Purple - Fire Drill at 12:30
Friday 10/6 - Count Your Kid In Screening Day 8:00-12:00
Thursday 10/9 Reading Buddies with the Middle School
Wednesday 10/11- No School P/T Conferences 4:00-8:00
Thursday 10/12 - No School P/T Conferences 7:00-3:00
Friday 10/13 No School
Thursday 10/19 Pumpkin Patch In House Field Trip! *Sponsored by Lamborn Farm*
Friday 10/20 Early Childhood Afternoon at Lamborn Farm more info to come
Monday 10/30 Ernie Miller In House Field Trip! Creepy Crawlers!
Tuesday 10/31 Costume party and parade to District Office
Wednesday 11/1 Daycare is in session, ECSE and No-Fee classes are not in session
The Lansing Early Childhood program serves children ages 1-5 (if not eligible for kindergarten) within one of several programs (listed below).
All students receive a high quality early childhood program that is developmentally appropriate - meaning appropriate to age and to each individual child.
If you have concerns about your 3-5 year old child's development (if not eligible for kindergarten), Lansing offers screenings once a month in the areas of cognition, speech/ language, motor, social, vision, and hearing.
ECSE provides services for children who meet eligibility requirements for Special Education. Eligibility is determined through screening and evaluation. Special education services are provided within an ECSE classroom or by appointments within the center or community. Services could include occupational therapy, speech/language therapy, physical therapy, and vision/hearing services.
The peer model program includes developmental classrooms for children who pass a developmental screening and/or comprehensive evaluation performed by the ECSE team to rule out the need for special education services. Peer models provide a model for children identified with special needs by demonstrating age-appropriate skills and behaviors within a classroom environment.
The No-Fee Pre-K program is a preschool opportunity for children ages 4 & 5 years old (not yet eligible for kindergarten) to engage in classroom activities with an emphasis on kindergarten readiness. The program requires an application and eligibility determination.
Parents as Teachers provides home visits, group connections, developmental screenings, connections to community resources, and playgroups. The program equips parents with knowledge and resources to prepare their children for a stronger start in life and greater success in school. Also serving children ages 3-5, not yet eligible for kindergarten.
The Infant Toddler program evaluates for all areas of development and provides Early Intervention services for infants/toddlers in the home and refers families to community resources for child care and community settings, all at no cost to families living in Leavenworth County.
Early Childhood and PreK parents are required to approach the bus and meet at the curb or the driveway of the bus stop. This will ensure the bus can provide transportation to and from the safest, street location closest to student’s doorstep.
|Infant Toddler Services|
|Leavenworth County Early Learning Programs|
|PreK No-Fee Program|
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - Friday
7:30am - 3:30pm
REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS:
AM Session: 8am - 11am
PM Session: 12pm - 3pm
Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Attendance: Please call 913-727-1755 or email your student's teacher to report your student absent or tardy.
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