Delta Mills Early Childhood Center
Thank you for your interest with Delta Mills Early Childhood Center! We are currently full for all scheduling options for the 2021-2022 school year except for a few spots left in our T/TH half day class for three year olds. By filling out the registration form, your child will automatically be added to our waitlist. Registration fees will not be collected at this time. Families will be contacted if a spot becomes available and we will ask that the registration fee is paid at that time. Please call the main office (517-925-5600) with any questions!
We are delighted to be able to offer early childhood programs that enhance the educational experience of our youngest learners. We are excited to be in Delta Township servicing our West Lansing families. If you have any questions regarding preschool options at either location, please feel free to contact us at 517-925-5600. Director, Breanna Cleeves or Assistant Director, Maria Dionise will be happy to assist you. Be sure to follow us on Facebook. Search Holbrook Early Childhood Center and Delta Mills Early Childhood Center. You're sure to enjoy seeing what goes on each day at Preschool!
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Little Comets Preschool Program
The Little Comets Preschool Program offers a play-based kindergarten readiness preschool curriculum that teaches intellectual, social and emotional development, language skills, positive self-concepts and self expression through large and small group learning. Preschool children are encouraged to develop independence through daily living and oral language skills through guided and spontaneous interactions. Children explore, experiment and engage in themed activities that are planned for a range of levels in each of the developmental domains.
Early Childhood Philosophy
We believe it is important for children to have learning experiences with peers and caring adults in a fun, positive and safe environment. Early learning opportunities that occur through play-based, child focused programs prepare children to be successful, life-long learners.
Grand Ledge Public Schools' Little Comets Preschool programs incorporate:
Michigan Early Childhood Standards of Quality
Every Day Math
Handwriting Without Tears
These programs are used as a blueprint for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate research-based curriculum, which provides a solid foundation for learning through social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Full-day preschoolers visit specials classes throughout the week. Preschool specials include art, gym, library and music. Full day preschool children participate in musical therapy classes. Both half day and full day students enjoy monthly story time visits from Delta Township Library staff.