Welcome to Walled Lake Preschool!
Open House, February 13, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
February 6 event has been postponed due to icy road conditions.
For a tuition preschool class for your 3, 4 or 5 year-old, you can find us at…
Dublin Elementary School, Room 301 – 3 and 4 year olds
Glengary, Room 12 – 3 and 4/5 year olds
Pleasant Lake Elementary, Room 106 - 3 and 4/5 year olds (MWF Full)
Wixom Elementary School, Room 206 - 3 and 4/5 year olds
For full day tuition preschool for your 4/5 year-old, look at…
Guest Elementary - Pre-K Academy, Room 5
For full day tuition preschool for your 3 year-old, look at…
Twin Sun, Room 300
For a Head Start preschool for your 3 year-old, you can find us at…
Walled Lake Elementary School, Room 6 and Glengary, Room 11
For a Head Start/GSRP preschool for your 4 year-old, you can find us at…
Glengary Elementary, Room 9
Oakley Park Elementary, Room 30
Walled Lake Elementary, Room 22
Wixom Elementary, Rooms 203, 205, and 300
With Walled Lake Schools, you can find the right preschool program for your young learner.
Come grow with us! www.wlcsd.org/Preschool
We are still accepting Preschool Registrations for the 2018-2019 school year!
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to register your preschool age child in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District Preschool Program for the 2018-2019 school year.
For 2018-2019, our tuition preschool classes will be located at the following locations:
- Dublin Elementary
- Glengary Elementary
- Guest Elementary
- Pleasant Lake Elementary
- Twin Sun
- Wixom Elementary
Your child must be 3 or 4 years old by September 1, 2018 for the age appropriate class. However, this year, we will accept a signed age waiver for those children turning age 3 or 4 by December 1, 2018, if a parent chooses to do so.
Interested in enrolling your child in Preschool for the 2018-19 school year? Please call the office 248.956.5081 or stop in to see us (850 Ladd Road, Building D, Walled Lake, MI 48390) for current enrollment. Some classes are full.
If you would like to receive the Registration materials (late February) for fall preschool, please complete the following survey by clicking on the list. We anticipate offering preschool in the same locations!
When you spend time in your child's classroom or attend a field trip, your child has a deeper respect for school. Your time and attention helps your child, all of the students in the classroom, and the teacher. Everyone learns from one another as we create that village needed for success! Be a volunteer, please!
Great Start to Quality
Higher quality programs also will track children’s development to make sure they are growing and learning. The tracking will help guide activities to benefit children the most. That is why the Walled Lake Schools’ Preschool Programs use the Child Observation Record. We use this information to plan how to guide your child's learning, and we'll share that with you.
NAEYC Position Statement
A curriculum that draws on research assists teachers in identifying important concepts and skills as well as effective methods for fostering children’s learning and development. When informed by teachers’ knowledge of individual children, a well-articulated curricular guides teachers so they can provide children with experiences that foster growth across a broad range of developmental and content areas. A curriculum also helps ensure that the teacher is intentional in planning a daily schedule that (a) maximizes children’s learning through effective use of time, materials used for play, self-initiated learning, and creative expression as well as (b) offers opportunities for children to learn individually and in groups according to their developmental needs and interests.
Please see NPR (National Public Radio) article about high quality preschool for a video and article from NPR about quality preschool. While this school uses Project Approach, rather than the High Scope Curriculum that is used in Walled Lake and most of Oakland County, it is still a curriculum that is centered on using play as the vehicle to help children construct learning.
Do you think that your family may be eligible for a free preschool program? Head Start and GSRP are both free programs. Families of 4 can earn up to $70,000 and be eligible for the state funded preschool program for 4 year old children.