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  • Inclusion Preschool Program

    The Inclusion Preschool Program is currently taking applications for the 2021-2022 school year for 3 and 4 year old children. Children must be 3 years old by May 1st for the developmentally younger class and be 4 years old by Oct 1st for the developmentally older program.

    Please note children must be screened for this program. Your child needs to be screened and be determined appropriate before completing the online registration process. Screenings are slated for June. Please click the link below for further information on this program.

    These programs are designed for children who present with a mild delay in a developmental area such as Motor, Social-Emotional, Cognition, Sensory, or Communication. If you think your child could benefit from our program, please contact Terri Overbey at toverbey@swsdk6.com for more information.

    The Inclusion Preschool Program is not intended to be a delay year for kindergarten

    Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ for IPS 2021-2022

    Please complete the Parent Questionnaire if you are interested in your child being screened for the program: Inclusion Preschool Parent Questionnaire

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    Do you have a preschool or school age child, ages 3-21, experiencing difficulties with communication, academic, socialization, or motor skills development?  The district has preschool disabilities programs, as well as other special education services for students who have been identified as eligible through an extensive evaluation process.  Your child may be eligible for services through the district.  If you suspect your child may have more than a mild delay, please contact Heather Worrell, Director of Special Services, at hworrell@swsdk6.com for more information.


    Please refer to the SEPAC tab on our district website for information about our parent workshops and resources to support your child.

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