Early Childhood Opportunities at Kenowa Hills
Kenowa Hills provides FIVE different early childhood programs based on the needs and age of the child. Please call the Early Childhood Center at 647-0910 to see which program is best for your "little knight"!
Early childhood is a time to learn and discover the wonders of the world around us. In Kenowa Hills Public Schools, early child education is a time to begin building relationships by fostering friendships through social development, experience the fun of learning, and ensuring that our "youngest knights" are given the tools they need to become successful, responsible citizens.
Bright Beginnings is a program in partnership with Kent ISD. This NO COST program offers exciting themed playgroups, home activity days and child development information for ALL families who are expecting a child or who have children ages birth through kindergarten entry.
Community Education Preschool (3 & 4 Year old classes) provides children with thematic curriculum learning experiences that are designed to ready children for Kindergarten. Our preschool program offers children the opportunities to explore, create and interact while learning to feel comfortable in a school routine. Tuition required.
Kenowa Hills Day Care offers flexible childcare starting at 6:30 AM and provides structured and non-structured activities for young children ages 2 - 5 years. The center also serves families in need of before and after school programs for Kindergarteners - 5th graders while transporting children to/from the center and to/from school.
GSRP is a State of Michigan funded preschool program available FREE to qualifying residents of the Kenowa Hills Public Schools. Children must be four (4) years old by November 1, 2013 and meet income guidelines and/or other qualifying factors such as absence of a parent, sibling issues, child of teen parents, homeless or child with developmental delays.
Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) is a program designed to help young children with special needs achieve academic success. Admittance into this program is based on medical referrals and approval from our special education team.