We offer preschool class options to build the skills children need to be successful learners in preschool, kindergarten and beyond. Classrooms are inclusive of children with all abilities and are led by a licensed teacher and teaching teams include both general education and special education staff to meet the unique needs of each child. The curriculum is closely aligned with Anoka-Hennepin Schools kindergarten curriculum and we provide opportunities for children to learn through play with hands-on activities that support each area of development.
Classes are held from September to May/June at locations throughout the Anoka-Hennepin School District. Multiple class options with morning and afternoon class times are available. Each class is 2.75 hours and families may only register for one class.
Registration for 2024-25 preschool classes begins March 19, 2024. Watch for more information coming soon!
2024 Preschool Information Night - Monday, March 18
Choosing the right preschool for your child is important. We are excited to partner with you as you explore the Preschool options that Anoka-Hennepin Schools has to offer. You will have the opportunity to talk to our teaching staff about preschool, the curriculum and their classrooms. You will learn more about the options available for your child to engage in a program that provides an environment for them to learn and grow in. There will also be time to ask questions about the registration process. There is no cost to attend and two sessions offered. Please register in advance.
Monday, March 18
- 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
- 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Educational Service Center, 2727 N. Ferry St., Anoka
Enter Door #7, Room 184
Vehicle Day 2024 🚜🚒🚚
Our 2024 event will take place on Saturday, June 8. This fun gathering allows children and families the opportunity to explore dozens of vehicles. Learn more and sign up to show off your vehicle!
Ellie's Story - A video highlighting one of our youngest learners
A peek inside a classroom
Why choose a preschool program through the school district?
How are preschool programs in the high schools unique?
Parent Advisory Council