What is early childhood screening?Screening is an early look at a child's development. The goal is to screen a child before s/he turns 4-years old. This allows health and developmental concerns to be addressed at least one to two years before a child enters kindergarten. The state of Minnesota requires a health and developmental screening for every child before kindergarten entry into a public school. Anoka-Hennepin offers this service at no cost. Screening is not a substitute for health care from your family physician, dentist or other health care providers.
Early childhood screening checks:
- Fine and gross motor skills
- Vision and hearing
- Speech and language development
- Height and weight
- Cognitive and social development
ContactEarly childhood screening
Sandburg Education Center
1902 2nd Ave.
Anoka, MN 55303
NOTE: Screening office is closed in June and July. It reopens in August.
*Enter Sandburg Education Center through Door #1 off Monroe St.
Two hour street parking is available on Monroe St.
A parking lot is available off Monroe St., and there is also an east lot off of 3rd Ave. & Monroe St.
Useful formsThe forms below may be helpful to you, or you may be asked to fill them out as part of the screening process. Please click directly on the title to download the document in Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF documents can be opened with Adobe Reader.