• Early Learning School is an all-inclusive early childhood center. They offer preschool classes for children ages two to five, parent-child classes from birth to age three, part-time childcare for ages birth to five, summer programming for birth-5, and financial assistance to those who qualify.
    Bright Start is available for children who are four years old and entering kindergarten the following year. It is a prekindergarten childcare program located in each of the seven elementary schools where space is available.
    Parenting Programs & Resources showcases classes for parents of children from birth through Grade 12. There is also a collection of articles and online resources for parenting information.
    Early Childhood Special Education is an offering through the Wayzata Public Schools for children who need special assistance.

    Birth-5 Early Childhood Screening

    Early Childhood Screening is a quick, simple, important check on how your child is progressing in his/her development. This free 45-minute experience for your 3- or 4-year-old is a fun, “low-key” means of identifying potential health or learning concerns while there's still time to get help before starting kindergarten.
    Areas screened include vision, hearing, thinking and communication skills, physical growth and coordination and social/emotional development. You'll receive a full report on your child. Having this information early will guide you in preparing your child for school success. You'll also learn about the many resources available to you through Wayzata Public Schools during those final preschool years before kindergarten. Don't wait too long — the earlier the better! Age 3 or 3½ years is ideal.
    This screening is required for kindergarten registration.
    For more information, or to schedule your child's screening, call 763-745-5255.
  • WPSCELogo Community Education
    is a program of Wayzata Public Schools