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  • Early Childhood Screening May 08 2019

    The Farmington School District is providing Early Childhood Screening for preschoolers. All students entering kindergarten in a Minnesota public school need to have proof of having attended an Early Childhood Screening. All children have the right to receive a FREE Early Childhood Screening starting preferably at age 3. Children can be also screened at age 4 and 5. The purpose of the screening is to provide parents with general information about their child’s growth and development and to connect families with resources in the community. Children who attend Head Start or Early Childhood Special Education programs may not need to be screened. The Early Childhood Screening appointments are held on select Wednesdays throughout the year between 9 am-4 pm at Meadowview Community Ed, 6100 195th St W Farmington. The screening may take up to two hours and the parent/guardian may accompany their child throughout the screening.Interpreters are provided if needed. Parents can request interpreters when registering online or by calling our office @ 651-460-3200. If your child is attending Wee Tigers Preschool, or ECFE, you will still need to bring a copy of your child's immunization records. For privacy reasons, we can't make copies of immunization records from any other program your child is attending.*Click here Screening Forms to download and complete the required forms and bring them to your appointment. (If you're unable to download the forms, please call 651-460-3200 to request a copy). If you do not receive a confirmation email, your registration was not completed, please call our office for assistance.