Child Development Clinic, Pre-K

Elysian School District, consistent with the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) offers educational services for children with disabilities, ages 3-5 years of age. Elysian works in collaboration with other county school districts in the area to provide this service to our community. Our center-based classrooms are located currently at Canyon Creek Elementary School.

Eligibility for services is determined through an evaluation process that assess student needs as outlined through state and federal criteria. A student must be found eligible under one of the state requirements in order to qualify for the program. 

Developmental screenings for children with suspected disabilities may be scheduled throughout the year. Please also see  below our community Child Find screening dates for the upcoming school year.

This screening provides parents with information about typical development for children ages infant to six years old (not yet in Kindergarten). It also aids in identifying children who may be at risk for future learning problems or may just need a little extra support in their development.

Each child will be screened individually in the areas of fine and gross motor development, cognitive development (thinking, reasoning, and overall readiness), speech and language development, hearing, general health and vision (3-6 years old). There are free services available for those children who may need that extra support in their development.

All children ages birth thru six years of age who live in your community are welcome!!!  For your child to complete the clinic it takes approximately 1.5 hours.

Free of Charge but appointments are necessary. See the current poster below (pdf file). 

Questions about this clinic can be directed to the YWCCSS Coop. Office at 839-2339.