Preschool Today, Success Tomorrow!
Childcare Centers & Preschools
Serving children in Colorado Preschool Program and/or Special Education
- Fremont County Head Start
- Kinder Haus - (RE-2 School District)
- Mountain View Core Knowledge Preschool
- New Child Montessori Preschool (No Colorado Preschool Program)
- Rocky Mountain Children's Discovery Center
- SPIN Early Childhood Care and Education Center
- SPIN on the North Side
- The Giving Tree
Why Should I Send My Children To Preschool?
Schooling is an important part of life. The early years can be a strong base for your child to gain the
knowledge, skills and confidence to become a successful learner.
Families are an important part of the learning puzzle for children. A preschool program will not only
encourage your child and help them develop the needed knowledge and skills, but it also can support
you in your role as a parent.
What Is the Colorado Preschool Program (CPP)?
CPP allows eligible children to go to high quality preschool at no charge for families who qualify.
Children are funded to attend preschool for a minimum of 10 hours per week during the school year.
CPP classrooms meet quality standards and have small class sizes to provide a better learning
environment for children.
Parents may choose a childcare center or preschool for their child depending on availability.
Families are a big part of a child’s learning experience. CPP helps support that!
Who is Eligible?
Your child may qualify if you think any of the following applies:
- Concern with speech/language or other developmental concerns
- Child’s first language is not English
- Child is eligible for Head Start, but there are no openings
- Siblings need special help in school, such as Special Education or Chapter I Reading
- Child qualifies for Medicaid
- Child is in Foster Care or has recently been returned to family from out of home
- Child has significant health problems affecting development
- Teen Parents
- Parents need a high school diploma or G.E.D.
- There are family stressors such as domestic violence, a custody suit, separation, death
of a family member or other crisis.
How do I Apply:
To apply, a child must attend an ECHO vision, hearing and developmental screening.
For an appointment, or if you have questions about this free program, call ECHO at 719-276-6174
DONT WAIT TO APPLY!!!
The Colorado Preschool Program is funded by the Colorado Legislature and sponsored by your school district to give children a
boost before they go to kindergarten.