Preschool and day care

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There are still 180 open spots for preschool students ages 3-5 who live in Clark County! The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) is grant-funded and made available through ESD 112, which also provides families with assistance for referral housing, employment, and more.

Research shows that early learning is an important step for kids to be successful in the future. Parents who are interested in signing their children up for ECEAP should call 360-952-3466 as soon as possible to find out if they are eligible. Spots are only open until October, so call today and share this with anyone you think would benefit! Click the image at left to see the full PDF flyer in English or Spanish. 


Two community preschools

Two community preschools called "Tigerland" are operated by our Battle Ground Community Education program. One is on the campus of Captain Strong Primary, 1002 N.W. Sixth Ave., Battle Ground. The other is on the Yacolt Primary campus, northeast of Battle Ground. All are for children ages 3-5.




For more information about Tigerland, call the Battle Ground Community Education office, (360) 885-6584 or click here for its website.


Six preschools for children with special needs

Battle Ground Public Schools also offers early intervention programs and services for children ages 3-5 who are identified for special services. Those preschool classrooms are at Prairie High, Daybreak Primary, Maple Grove K-8 school, Tukes Valley Primary, Capt. Strong Primary and Yacolt Primary.


If you have a child who you think might have a disability requiring special education services, please call the special education office at (360) 885-5318 for screening and program information. To learn more about the district's overall special education program, click here.


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