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                         Welcome to the Stoneham Integrated Preschool Programs!

Registration for 2019/2020 school year is open.  You can click here to access the registration packet.  Please return registration packets by January 4, 2019.  Registration packets received after January 4, 2019 will be acted upon on a rolling basis if spots are available.

Our preschool classes for the 2018/2019 school year are currently full. To be added to the wait list, please submit a registration packet, available on the Stoneham Public Schools website

New - as of January 2, 2018 - we are adding a full day integrated preschool program at South School.  All families on the wait list have been contacted.  For more information you can email Sarah Hardy at preschool@stonehamschools.org.

Our integrated preschool classrooms are designed to educate children with a variety of disabilities as well as typically developing children.  Within the integrated setting, students with disabilities are full participants in all program activities with supports and accommodations.  Typically developing children are role models for language, fine and gross motor skills, and social and play activities. Together all children form a community whereby we learn from each other’s strengths and differences.  Diversity in our classrooms is appreciated, encouraged and is an ongoing part of our everyday classroom life.

Our preschool classrooms are multi-aged.  Tuition students must be three or four years old on the first day of school. 

Our preschool classrooms provide individualized programming designed from a developmental point of view and based upon the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for Prekindergarten.  The staff seeks to nurture the whole child by giving attention to all areas of development; physical, cognitive, language, social and emotional.  The curriculum emphasizes “hands-on” exploration and concrete experiences.  Activities are often open-ended so each child can experience success at his or her own level of development.

Play is considered an important aspect of our programming, and learning through play is encouraged through materials such as paint, blocks, sand, water, dramatic play, books and manipulatives.