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(425) 456-5649

The PALS Program at Phantom Lake Elementary is an integrated and inclusive preschool program that gives typically developing children and children with special needs the opportunity to learn together. Contact (425) 456-5649 for more information. Enrollment is open to all families.

Special education preschool-age programs provide children with special needs, ages three to five (birthday after August 31st), with early intervention services. Program and service options are dependent on each student’s individual needs, as identified in the evaluation and IEP. Options include, but are not limited to, speech/language and or/motor services, itinerant direct and/or consultation services, and specially-designed instruction for cognitive, social and/or adaptive skills.

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ELP Preschool

The preschool years are a special time in a child’s life. During these years, children become more independent, begin to develop self-control and learn to assert themselves in socially accepted ways. They also begin to use thousands of words and complex sentences to express their ideas. The district’s preschool curriculum provides opportunities for your child to practice these skills and more. Our goal is to prepare your child to be successful kindergartner in the Bellevue Schools.

Our ELP Preschool offers flexible options. School Day preschool classes are offered 6 hours on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and 3 hours on Wednesday. Children may also choose to attend a 3 hour Half Day preschool in the morning or afternoon. For families needing additional hours, the Extended Day program is available from 6:30 am – 6:00 pm.

Register for ELP Preschool by visiting the district website.

(425) 456-5643

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