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West Delaware
County Community School District

Lambert Elementary

Preschool Pre-Registration

Pre-Registration for the 2019-20 school year for 4 year olds at Lambert Elementary School will begin on January 3rd and continue through the end of January.

Eligible children must be 4 years old by September 15th, 2019. You can pick up your registration forms at the Lambert office or call us at (563) 927-3515 ext. 103 to have the forms mailed to you.

Lambert’s preschool program offers 2 full days of instruction each week. Classes will meet on Mondays and Thursdays or Tuesdays and Fridays. There are no preschool classes on Wednesday. For Preschool bus transportation may be available for a fee for preschoolers living in the district and qualifying to ride based on distance from school. The bus transportation fee, lunch, and milk prices will be determined in early spring. There are no tuition or instructional materials fees. If you have any questions please call Lambert Elementary School at (563) 927-3515.

    The following priorities will be used to place 4 year-olds:
  1. 1. Families meeting free/reduced meal program guidelines
  2. 2. Families living in the West Delaware CCSD
  3. 3. All other 4 year-olds

Space may not be available to serve all registrations. A waiting list will be maintained to fill vacancies as they become available.

The preschool program will follow the West Delaware school calendar.

West Delaware Vision

Relationships

Multiple individuals at all levels demonstrate respect, trust, and integrity while working interdependently toward our goals.


Strategic Objectives

  • By supporting and teaching positive student behavior
  • By supporting and teaching appropriate social interactions
  • By enhancing adult to adult connections and communications

Challenging Academics

Educators use effective instructional practices to actively engage students in diverse learning opportunities that require critical thinking and problem solving in real world contexts.


Strategic Objectives

  • By deepening knowledge of instructional strategies
  • By intensifying active student engagement in rigorous and relevant content learning
  • By strengthening systems of teacher to teacher support, including Professional Learning Community, teacher leadership system, and multi-tiered systems of support

21st Century Skills

Students will acquire competencies necessary for 21st century living by developing skills in the areas of civic life, health, finance, technology and career readiness.


Strategic Objectives

  • By creating learning experiences in a real world context
  • By developing and applying career readiness skills