The Early Childhood Program teaches the District's youngest students the foundational skills necessary to be successful learners throughout their academic career.

  • Our program is committed to ensuring high levels of learning for all students.

    We currently have classrooms located at Ardmore School, Stevenson School, and Schafer School.  We provide a continuum of services for our students with special needs, and also provide preschool programming for children considered to be at-risk for learning due to financial or environmental factors present in their lives.

    All of our classroom teachers are certified in early childhood, special education, and have their English Language Learner certification.  The program is also supported by a principal, school psychologist, social workers, parent coordinator, speech/language pathologist, occupational therapist, and physical therapist.

    Preschool Screenings for children ages three to five-years-old will be conducted throughout the school year.  During the summer, please call Jean Lewek at 630-516-7316 to begin the screening process.  

    We also conduct Birth through Three-Year Old Screenings, for children whose parents have concerns regarding their development.  During the summer, please call Jean Lewek at 630-516-7316, if you have concerns regarding your child's development.  

     

     

Administrative Staff

  • Kelly Nettleton
    Early Childhood Program Principal

    knettleton@d45.org

    630-516-7392

    Aracelli Rivera
    Early Childhood Secretary

    arivera@d45.org

    630-516-7540

     

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