Early Childhood Family Education is a program for all families with children, birth to 5 years old, regardless of financial circumstances. The goal of the program is to support parents in their child-raising role and provide children with opportunities to discover and learn. Weekly classes are held during the day, evening and Saturday mornings. Each class provides for parent-child activity and a parent discussion group. In addition to weekly classes, special events, field trips and a parent resource library are available to all families in the community. All teachers are licensed by the State of Minnesota. Call 651-487-4378 for more information.
Class Schedules for ECFE and Preschool Programs
Click here for the Fall 2013 ECFE Brochure. Registration information is located in the current brochure.
Click here for Online Registration.
Click here for the ECFE Calendar.
Click here for the Fall 2013 Preschool Brochure. Registration information is located in the current brochure.
Click here for the Preschool Calendar.
The Parent Resource Library The Parent Resource Library is a great place to find children's toys, books and parenting books. Located in the lower level of Parkview Center School, the library opens Sept. 16th.
The Library will be open Monday thru Saturday following the ECFE calendar. Additional evening hours are listed below. Membership is open to anyone in the community. For more information call 651-487-4361.
Mon: 10 - 12
Tues, Wed & Thurs: 10 - 1
Fri & Sat: 9 - 12
PRL Evenings 5:00-7:00pm
9/17; 10/1, 22; 11/5, 19; 12/10
1/14, 28; 2/11, 25; 3/25; 4/8, 22; 5/6
9/26, 10/10, 31; 11/14; 12/5, 19v 1/23; 2/6, 20; 3/6; 4/3, 17; 5/1, 15/p>
The ECFE Parent Listserv is used to notify families of program changes and special events. Click here to subscribe or unsubscribe to the Listserv.
Do You Have a Parenting Question?
We have all had those moments as a parent or caregiver when we just did not understand our child's behavior or we needed someone to talk to. Whether you are looking for developmental information, ideas for kid-friendly activities, or parenting techniques, help is just a click away. A licensed parent educator will answer your questions based on current research and experience. Send your questions to: Janina.Haug@isd623.org.
Do You Have Questions About Your Child's Development?
Minnesota ParentsKnow has a site that gives General Development Indicators for ages 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, and 5 years old. Just click on the age below the picture to see the information.
Early Childhood Screening is an early look at a child's development. Click here for additional details about having your child screened. The ideal age for screening is 3-4 years old. This allows health and development concerns to be addressed one to two years before a child enters kindergarten. The State of Minnesota requires a health and developmental screening for every child before kindergarten entry into a public and some private schools. Click here for Screening Forms. District 623 offers this service at no cost. If at all possible, please leave other children at home. Call 651-487-4378 for more information.
School Readiness is a state funded program for 4 to 5 year old children and their families who live in the Roseville Area School District. This program gives preschoolers the opportunity to enhance the skills for kindergarten while parents choose from a variety of parent involvement activities. Children with the greatest needs (as identified through a family risk factor rating) receive priority. No one will be denied participation due to inability to pay. Limited transportation is available. Call 651-604-3578 for more information.