Greater Randolph Interlocal Cooperative (GRIC) Preschool
is an early childhood special education program that services students for five school corporations.
Liberty-Perry, Monroe Central, Randolph Central, Randolph Eastern, and Randolph Southern
Who Are We?
GRIC Preschool specializes in early intervention for children 3-5 years old with special needs. Children must qualify as a result of an educational evaluation. This evaluation is provided FREE of charge. Preschool screenings are available in order to determine the need for an educational evaluation.
Who is Eligible?
If you suspect that your child has a delay in pre-academic skills, language skills, motor skills, social skills, or self-help skills, you can request a FREE development screening. If the results of the screening indicate possible delays, children are evaluated by professionals using standardized tests, observation, and parent interview. The results are then reviewed by the parent and evaluators to determine if an area of eligibility exists for placement into the GRIC Preschool.
Students who qualify for Speech/Language services or Developmental services attend FREE.
Typical peer spots are available for a small monthly fee.
How do I request a screening?
Call the GRIC office (765) 584-7602 between the hours of 8:30 AM-3:00 PM
GRIC Preschool Classes are located at:
Baker Elementary (Randolph Central)
Deerfield Elementary (Randolph Central)
Randolph Southern Elementary (Randolph Southern)
Monroe Central Elementary (Monroe Central/Liberty-Perry)
North Side Elementary (Randolph Eastern)
Services include the following: