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Early Childhood Education

Early childhood education encompasses a range of programs and initiatives that aim to support the holistic growth and development of children from birth through age five. These programs recognize the critical importance of the early years in laying the foundation for future learning, health, and well-being.

They often focus on fostering cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development through age-appropriate activities, play-based learning, and supportive interactions with caregivers and educators.



Valerie Li
Early Childhood Administrator

Juliann Yeager
Early Childhood Coordinator

ChildFind Screening

Child Find Screening is designed to locate and identify children with suspected disabilities or delays as mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Developmental Preschool

The preschool program is open to all 3 and 4-year olds who live in the boundaries of the Snoqualmie Valley School District

Early Entrance Kindergarten

The state requires a student to turn the age of 5 before August 31 to start kindergarten.  View the exceptions to starting early. 

Transition 2 Kindergarten

A FREE program for 4-year-olds who do not have access to early learning. Children may enter based on various reasons.