Plano ISD Early Childhood & Kindergarten Programs
About Early Childhood Education in Plano ISD
PreK: The Plano ISD PreK program provides a language and literacy enriched environment where children have hands-on opportunities for learning. This child-centered program follows the developmentally appropriate practices outlined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Head Start: Children and families in the federal Head Start program receive comprehensive services, which include health, dental, nutrition, family wellness, education, disabilities and family services as a part of federal guidelines.
Kindergarten: The kindergarten program in Plano ISD reflects the belief that children are active learners who build meaning and understanding through full participation in their learning environments, combining high expectations for each child with respect for individual development.
Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE): ECSE is a special education program that serves children between the ages of three to five who have delays in the areas of speech, language, physical, social and/or emotional development. For more information visit our Child Find webpage.
Additional Options: If you do not qualify for any of these early childhood programs,
- see information about our tuition-based PreK program, or
- explore additional part-time offerings through our senior high school CTE early learning centers.