Lakewood Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)
Lakewood Early Childhood Center Pre-School Program
A Michigan Department of Education Sponsored Program.
This program is FREE to families in all of the Lakewood School district who qualify as a result of special circumstances related to any of the following conditions.
Speech or language delays, physical impairment, hearing or vision impairment
Health or Medical
Low birth weight, immaturity, nutritional deficiency, long term or chronic illness (parent or child; physical, mental or emotional)
Family History or Difficulty With
Finances, housing, delinquency, education, substance abuse, single parenting, teenage parenting, incarcerated parent
Additional situations will be considered
An effective curriculum provides an intentional set of activities and experiences which support students in reaching their greatest potential by fostering growth and development in variety of areas.
- Music and movement helps develop both sides of the brain and contributes to children’s social and emotional, physical, cognitive and language development.
- When children engage in dramatic play they deepen their understanding of the world and develop social skills that serve them throughout their lives.
- Creative arts is another language that children use to express what they know and how they feel in a visual form.
- Literacy includes reading, writing, listening and speaking. These skills are developed through daily classroom activities and in weekly visits to the school’s library.
- Sensory experiences challenge children’s minds and promote all areas of development.
- Children learn to make sense of their world as they play with toys, games, and math manipulatives that help them identify attributes, categorize, and count.
Lakewood Early Childhood Center
223 W. Broadway
Woodland, Michigan 48897
Jodi Duits, Principal