Early Raiders Pre-K Program
Pre-K acceptance letters will be sent home by July 1.
CLICK here to download the Pre-K Program Guide
Pre-K Screener for all eligible students:
CLICK here to complete the ASQ screener in English
CLICK here to complete the ASQ screener in Spanish
Enrollment is open to students ages 3 and 4 years old. Students who do not have an Individualized Education Plan should complete a program enrollment application. Enrollment applications are accepted year round and processed on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to children of current staff and Woodbridge School District residents. Applications are available at the Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center or online.
Two sessions are operated within the Early Raiders Pre-K program:
The morning session serves 3 year old students Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 10:30 am.
The afternoon session serves 4 year old students Monday through Friday from 11:15am until 2:30 pm.
- In the event of a one-hour or two-hour delay, there will be no preschool.
- In the event of an early dismissal, the Pre-K students will be dismissed according to the scheduled dismissal.
- The program does not operate on holidays or district inservice days.
The curriculum used within the program involves a combination of approaches and teaching styles including standardized curriculum, lessons created and taught by Woodbridge High School Early Childhood Education students, as well as other research-based approaches.
The Pre-K program is staffed by a Pre-K teacher and paraprofessional. In addition, during the school year high school students participate in the program as a part of the Early Childhood Education program. When in the Pre-K program, the high school students plan for and provide instruction with the direct oversight of the Pre-K and high school teachers.
The Early Raiders Pre-K program is housed at the Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center (WECEC).
Students attending the Early Raiders Pre-K program are encouraged to wear the approved Woodbridge School District uniform; however, the uniform attire is not mandatory for students in this program. We do, however, encourage students to wear sneakers for safety in the outdoor play area. The current uniform policy can be viewed on the district’s website at: www.woodbridgeraiders.net
Students who are identified with a disability and who are being served through an Individualized Education Plan will be provided with specialized transportation as determined appropriate by the IEP team.
Please contact the Woodbridge District Office with any questions.
Students who do not have an Individualized Education Plan will be charged a one-time fee of $270 for the 2017/2018 school year. This fee is used to assist with paying for the program materials and snacks for the students.
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