Lewis-Palmer School District #38 - DISTRICT GUIDE

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MyPlace Child Care Outside School Hours

Each of our elementary schools includes a MyPlace site with high quality licensed before-school care from 6:30 a.m. to the start of the school day and again from the end of the school day at 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. MyPlace also operates during most School’s Out days and during the summer months. All MyPlace directors are employees of District 38 and are fully licensed. The program provides safe, convenient care that allows kids to gear up for the school day and end the day finishing up homework or relaxing with friends.

Full-day Tuition-based
Kindergarten Program

All of our elementary schools offer a full-day, tuition-based kindergarten option, in addition to their traditional half-day programs. The goal of this program is to create a desire to learn to read and write, develop language and print concepts, develop phonemic awareness, and focus on letter and sound recognition. Since its inception, the full-day option has become very popular, and students are accepted on a space-available basis.

Early Childhood Preschool Program

The Lewis-Palmer Early Childhood Preschool Program is designed to provide enrichment and pre-academic skills development to 3- to 5-year-old children. Children learn the expectations of school and the routines involved within an educational environment. Early childhood teachers, speech/language therapists, occupational and physical therapists, school psychologists and nurses work in the preschool setting as teams to ensure the most appropriate educational strategies are utilized to assist each child in meeting his or her educational goals.

Child Find

Child Find is a program designed to evaluate children under the age of six who might qualify for early intervention or preschool special education services. Children can be assessed in a variety of areas, including cognitive functioning, physical functioning, hearing and vision, speech and language and social and emotional development. Evaluations are conducted by the Child Find team at no cost to parents.

Homeschool Support (HSEA)

Home School Enrichment Academy (HSEA) is an enrichemnt program designed to support families of homeschooled students in K through 7th grade. HSEA supports homeschool families with a variety of programs available to families in the district. Families that are registered with the district as homeschool educators receive updates on our programs and services that may be of interest to them.

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