FAQ

  1. How do I enroll my child in preschool? The district offers a developmental preschool for children identified with special needs. If your child has not already been identified with a delay, the first step is to attend one of our monthly screenings (refer to screening calendar). The purpose of the screening is to identify children with potential delays in development who may require special education preschool services. If your child is already identified with delays and is or was receiving services with another district, contact the preschool psychologist to set up a meeting to continue services with Creighton District (refer to Angie Isaac 602-381-4600).
  2. Is this a Head Start? No, the district’s preschool program is a separate developmental preschool for children identified with special needs. The district works in collaboration with Head Start (please refer to Head Start flyer and/or call the interest list number for Head Start at 602-468-3431).
  3. My doctor told me my child needs an evaluation. Where do I go to make an appointment for an evaluation? Please contact the preschool psychologist and plan to attend one of our scheduled developmental screenings.
  4. My child’s preschool teacher/daycare provider has concerns about my child’s development. The teacher recommended I contact the school and request an evaluation. What do I need to do to have him/her tested? You need to contact the local public educational agency/local school district of residence and find out about their preschool child find screenings and evaluation process. If you live in the Creighton School District boundaries, please contact Angie Isaac at 602.381.4600 for more information.
  5. I heard about your screenings, do we need to make an appointment to attend? Yes, an appointment is required. Contact Angie Isaac at (602) 381-4600. The screening and play based observation dates for 2014-15 school year are listed under the Preschool Screenings link. The only requirement is that you reside in the Creighton District attendance area..
  6. How old does my child have to be to participate in your screenings? Your child needs to be between the ages of 2 years, 9 months and 5 years and not yet enrolled in kindergarten.
  7. How old does my child have to be to attend preschool? The child must be between the ages of 3 and 5.
  8. Does my child have to be toilet trained to attend preschool? No a child does not need to be toilet trained in order to attend the district’s preschool program.
  9. Do you offer day care or afterschool preschool programs? The district does not offer before or after school care for preschool children. However, there are several daycare/child care facilities within the district boundaries. Transportation will transport to these facilities within district boundaries.
  10. I have a 5 year old child and I don’t think he is ready for kindergarten; can he attend your preschool program instead of enrolling kindergarten? The district offers special needs preschool services for children between the ages of 3 to 5. If a child’s 5 th birthday falls after September first, they are a candidate for preschool. However, if they turn 5 prior to September first, they are considered kindergarten age and should seek services through their home school.
  11. How do I enroll my child, who has an IEP, in your district? Contact the preschool psychologist to schedule a meeting (Angie Isaac, Ed. S. at 602-381-4600).
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