Little Wildcats Preschool Program Still Accepting Students for Enrollment

     If you or someone you know is still looking for preschool options for the upcoming school year, the new District 31 Little Wildcats Preschool is an amazing opportunity!  

     Little Wildcats is a high-quality preschool program that is designed to foster pre-academic, social, language, and motor development skills in children. Little Wildcats is a blended preschool program jointly operated by West Northfield District 31 and the Northern Suburban Special Education District (NSSED). It serves both typically developing preschoolers and preschoolers who have delays in their development. 

     Compared to other preschool options, this program offers an advantage in how how the classroom is staffed. Experts in speech, motor and social emotional development are present in the classroom on a weekly basis, in addition to the teacher and two assistants. All of this expertise in child development is available at a very affordable rate: $3,000 for 5 days a week for the entire school year!

     Several neighboring north shore districts have been running similar preschool programs for many years with great success. Now that parents know what the program has to offer, they have waiting lists every year. Secure your space at Little Wildcats before the secret is out!

     For more information, visit the Little Wildcats page on the District website under "Student Services" or just click here. For questions about registration and fees, please contact Jill LeVine, jlevine@district31.net 847-313-4414. For all other questions please contact Carrie De La Cruz, Interim Director of Student Services, cdelacruz@district31.net or 847-313-4411.


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