Our Pre-Kindergarten program gives students a solid foundation of the social/emotional skills, physical/motor skills and cognitive/thinking skills needed to enter kindergarten confidently. This is measured with Imagine It! and Growing with Math curriculum that allow children to develop at their own pace through creative lesson planning that maximizes each child's unique strengths and interests.
Our purpose is to provide the highest quality Pre-Kindergarten education in a secure, nurturing, and stimulating environment. We meet these goals with our age-appropriate curriculum, our highly qualified staff, the highest standards of cleanliness, and our ongoing communication with parents.
An outstanding staff of professional teachers and support personnel serve our programs based on the needs of young children.
Lynwood Unified School District provides State Preschool services at Lindbergh Child Development Center and Will Rogers Child Development Center for children of eligible families that are between the ages of three and five years old. The program operates from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday throughout the year except for legal holidays and holidays declared by the District’s Board of Education. We are open 230 days a year.
Children must be at least 3 years old on or before September 1and no older than 5 years old after September 1 (the year before they become eligible for kindergarten enrollment). In order to receive subsidized child care services, the parent(s)/guardian(s) must provide the office with verifiable and viable proof of income, and employment. The office may take the necessary procedures to verify such information.
The California State Preschool Program Part-Day (CSPP Part-Day) is a three-hour educational program for children age four on or before September 1. These programs are located at elementary schools. The CSPP Part-Day Program provides personalized learning experiences before children enter kindergarten.
Children between the ages of 3 and 5 years of eligible parents (must be 3 or 4 years of age on or before September 1 of the current school year). 3 year old full day services are only available at Lindbergh Child Development Center and Will Rogers Child Development Center.
Children MUST be able to go to the bathroom independently.
Families are eligible for fully or partially subsidized child care if they meet at least one of the following criteria:
1. The need for Children’s Protective Services has been established
2. At-Risk of Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation has been established
3. Parents are employed
4. Are homeless
5. Cash Assistance
Families who qualify must fall within State defined income limits for subsidized childcare.
In order to receive subsidized childcare services, the parent(s)/guardians(s) must provide verifiable and viable proof of income, and employment/training. If the parent is unable to provide proof of income and employment, the State Preschool office may take the necessary procedures to verify such information.