Preschool

The Tri-County Preschools offer services to children in Ashland, Holmes and Wayne Counties, using a curriculum that is aligned to Ohio's Early Learning Content Standards.  This curriculum allows teachers to prepare children for kindergarten using developmentally appropriate practices.  The framework for the curriculum is the Assessment, Evaluation, Programming, System (AEPS) which is scientifically research based and is supported by the Ohio Department of Education.

Research has shown that quality preschool has a positive and long lasting impact on children.  We welcome you to visit the following links, as they demonstrate the impact of preschool as well as the advances in early education.

 

Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!


We continually examine our program to bring the best teaching practices to each and every classroom.  Our staff participated in a focused study group recently where the newest research on developmentally appropriate practices were discussed.  The teachers and therapists are eager to apply these new findings to their classrooms and daily interactions with children.  Please visit the National Association for the Educators of Young Children's website to learn more about developmentally appropriate practices. 

Tri-County Preschools are a service of Tri-County ESC Department of Special Education.

 

Parents please see the below information for school work during the Coronavirus.

-Letter to Parents

-Home Activities to Support Continued Learning- Week 1 (PowerPoint

-Home Activities to Support Continued Learning- Weeks 2 & 3 (PowerPoint) 

 

-Resources to Support At Home Learning (Week 1):

     *Heggerty Lesson- Week 1

     *Make a Rain Cloud in a Jar Experiment

     *Rain Cloud Recording Sheet

     *Walking Water Science Experiment

     *Walking Water Recording Sheet

     *Lava Lamp Experiment

     *Social Emotional Family Tips

     *Family Activities to do During COVID-19

     *ABC mouse Access   

 

-Resources to Support At Home Learning (Weeks 2 & 3): 

     *Heggerty Lesson- Week 2 

     *Heggerty Lesson- Week 3    

     *Magic Milk Experiment  

     *Dancing Raisins Experiment  

     *Dancing Raisins Recording Sheet  

     *Balloon Baking Soda Experiment   

     *Dice  

     *Movement Cards  

     *Why Can't I Go To School?  (Social Story)  

     *Activities for Preschoolers  

     *Activities To Do with Your Preschooler At Home  

     *Preschool Ideas  

     *Butterfly Counting Cards  

     *Egg Lesson Plan            

     *POP- Meals and Snacks       

     *POP- Neighborhood Walks          

     *POP- Outdoor Fun     

     *Scavenger Hunts         

 

-Speech and Language Development Links:

http://preschoolspeech.com/wp/

www.speechandlanguagekids.com 

https://mommyspeechtherapy.com

https://www.speechbuddy.com/blog/games-and-activities/6-free-online-speech-therapy-resources/   

 

Language Skills Resources-

http://www.hanen.org/Programs/For-Parents/It-Takes-Two-to-Talk.aspx

https://www.storyplace.org/activity-library -

https://www.funwithspot.com/books 

https://ohioimaginationlibrary.org/   

 

Articulation Resources-

https://sunflowerschoolhouse.com/2012/speech-therapy-games-activities/

https://www.home-speech-home.com/speech-therapy-word-lists.html

http://testyyettrying.blogspot.com/p/downloadprint-free-speech-articulation.html   

 

AAC-

https://www.prentrom.com/caregivers/augmentative-and-alternative-communication-aac-resource-library

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/AAC-Interactive-Old-McDonald-Had-a-Farm-1884329   

 

Fluency-

https://www.stutteringhelp.org/content/parents-pre-schoolers   

 

Speech and Language Skill Resources:

     *School is Not in Session- Speech Sounds

     *School is Not in Session- Language Skills

     *Speech and Language Homework- Blocks

     *Speech and Language Homework- Playdough

     *Speech and Language Homework- Mystery Box

     *Speech and Language Homework- Bubbles   

 

-Follow our Occupational and Physical Therapists (pedsmoveptot) on Instagram for activities to support Fine Motor and Gross Motorskill development.

     * Fine Motor Coordination    

     * Cabin Fever    

     * Hand Strengthening Blog     

     * Bilateral Coordination   

     * Stair Climbing Blog       

     * Homework Positioning      

     * Outdoor Play    

     * Visual Motor Integration       

     * Sensory Processing Blog     

     * Yoga Blog  

     * Animal Kingdom  Blog 

     * Scissor Skills Blog 

     * Pre-Writing Skill Blog  New 5-12-2020  

     * Summer Fun Blog New 5-12-2020  

 

-Parent Resources:

     *Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with COVID-19  

     *Teaching Your Child to Cooperate with Requests      

 

 

Additional Resources

 

Registration Information

You will need a copy of your child's Birth Certificate and Immunization Record for registration.

Registration Fee

There is a $30 registration fee for each child enrolled in Tri-County Preschools. This fee must be paid at the time of registration and is nonrefundable.

Tuition Payments

Tri-County Preschools is provided at no cost for preschool children with disabilities. Children who are enrolled as typically developing will be charged a tuition rate based on family income in the range of $100 to $125 a month.

Our monthly tuition is an average of the number of days in the school year divided by nine months. Short and long months and holidays have been averaged. This means that the tuition fees from September through May will be the same amount.

Medicaid School Program Annual Notice

 

 

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Disabilities

Procedural Safeguards - A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education