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The following educational websites have fun learning games for preschoolers. Check them out!!


EBLI-(Evidence Based Literacy Instruction)





Our staff believes that children are unique individuals and by building upon each child’s strengths and abilities, all children can be successful learners. We believe that children learn in an engaging, safe, and consistent environment supported by a trained, caring, and responsive staff.  

Children need a variety of experiences that include daily opportunities to participate in small and large group activities which encourage math, language, problem solving, thinking skills, social, and muscle development. We believe that children learn best when they have opportunities to explore their world with adults encouraging and guiding growth and development.  Our goal is to create a home/school partnership where parents and teachers work together to support children’s learning.

Our preschools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethic origin in any way, including admissions and educational policies, assistance and other school-related activities or programs. Diversity is valued and encouraged.

The Huron Learning Center preschool programs believe in including children with special needs. Whenever appropriate, students with differing abilities are integrated with special needs children of their own age.



Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP)

A high quality school readiness program funded by the state government for children 4 years old by September 1st. This program focuses on social, emotional, physical, and cognitive skills needed for kindergarten.

GSRP Preschool Enrollment Link

  Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)

A program for special needs children ages 3-6 who qualify for services based on a formal evaluation.  This may include children with cognitive impairments, speech and language delays, autism spectrum disorder, early childhood developmentally delayed, and other health impairments.

These programs provide:

Full day preschool programming Monday through Thursday.

Free breakfast, lunch and nutritious snack provided.


Family days and nights

Strong family and school partnership

Home Visits

  Parent Teacher Conference/Staffing

  Behavioral Interventions




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