LFCS offers families early learning opportunities through several programs: Preschool/School Readiness, Early Childhood Special Education, Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and Early Childhood Screening. LFCS Early Childhood programming is guided by Minnesota State Statutes, best practices, and the Minnesota Department Education Indicators of Progress and the Parent Education Core Curriculum. All of our early childhood teachers and parent educators hold a Bachelor’s Degree or higher and/or are licensed in Early Childhood and or Parent Education. Little Falls Community Schools Preschool is four star, Parent Aware rated.
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Join us for Preschool and Kindergarten Registration on March 4, 5:30-7:00 PM! All parents, including those registering at Dr. Knight in Randall, should attend.
- Preschool Registration will be at the Early Childhood Center. Please enter door 13; children are not required to attend. Priority for Preschool is given to those who attend; registration will open to the public on Tuesday, March 5, at 8:00 AM.
- Kindergarten Registration will be at Lincoln Elementary in the Media Center. Please enter door 13; children are not required to attend.
Learn more about kindergarten at Little Falls Community Schools.
This video highlights:
- LFCS Mission and Values
- Flyer Pride
- Ready for Kindergarten?
- Transportation Services
- Food Services
- Before and After School Care
- Community Services
Miss Joelle’s preschool class at the Early Childhood Center used their prediction skills while working together on a “floating hearts” science experiment.
Way to go, Early Childhood students who participated in the Readers in Flight Reading Challenge for January!
Here are the Early Childhood Center students who participated in the December Readers in Flight Challenge. All students who participated received a reward from Domino's Pizza. Congratulations to the students drawn for an additional prize from participating local businesses. Keep reading, Flyers!
This month, the preschool classrooms are focusing on "Super Friends" as a part of our Pyramid Initiative. Super Friends are recognized when they demonstrate skills such as sharing, requesting toys appropriately, using kind words, etc. Please talk to your child at home about these friendship skills and look for super friend!
Our first super friend is Kalvin! Way to go!