Welcome to Walled Lake Preschool!

CEC, Rooms 120, 114, 110 and LL9

Dublin, Room 301

Glengary, Rooms 9, 10, 11, 12

Oakley Park, Room 30

Pleasant Lake, Room 205

Twin Sun, Room 300

Walled Lake El, Room 2

Wixom, Rooms 100, 203

Current preschool programs locations:

If you are looking for a tuition preschool class for your 3 year-old, you can find us at…

                Dublin Elementary School, Room 301

                Glengary, Room 12               

                Twin Sun, Room 300

                Pleasant Lake Elementary, Room 101

                Walled Lake Elementary School, Room 2

If you are looking for a Head Start preschool class for your 3 year-old, you can find us at…

                Community Education Center, Room 120

If you are looking for a tuition preschool class for your 4 year-old, you can find us at…

                Dublin Elementary School, Room 301

                Glengary Elementary, Room 12

                Pleasant Lake Elementary, Room 101

                Twin Sun, Room 300

                Walled Lake Elementary, Room 2

If you are looking for a Head Start/GSRP preschool class for your 4 year-old, you can find us at…

                Community Education Center, Room 114 and Room 120

                Glengary Elementary, Room 9 and 11

                Oakley Park Elementary, Room 30

                Wixom Elementary, Room 100 and Room 203

If you are looking for a full day tuition preschool class for your 4/5 year-old, you can find us at…

                Community Education Center - Pre-K Academy, Room 110

                Twin Sun, Room 300 (MWF only)

 We are happy to place your child's name on our list for next year's registration.  Most sites are generally the same from year to year, but all are subject to sufficient enrollment and space availability.

 To receive 2017-2018 Registration materials, please click below and complete the survey.  We will send you information when we are ready to register!

WLCSD Preschool 2017 - 2018 List

About grant funded programs with eligibility requirements:

  • Head Start - Families must meet federal income guidelines (100% federal poverty level.)  Children may be enrolled whose families are over income when there are additional risk factors. Ten percent of our slots for children are reserved for children with diagnosed disabilities.
  • The Great Start Readiness Program is funded by the State of Michigan. Children who are 4 years old, and won't be 5 by September 1, 2016, may be eligible for this program. Eligibility is determined by income and other factors such as developmental delays or difficult family situations. Families income for free preschool would meet up to 250% on the guideline link below. 
  • Tuition Programs serve all other families.  Parents choose location based on need and availability.  We do enroll out of district children.

  Registration is done centrally for your convenience only at the office, not the classrooms. 


Dublin Elementary, Room 301, White Lake, 248.956.3831,   MWF AM & PM, TTH AM & PM (9:30 - 12:00, 1:00 - 3:30)  TrishFletcher@wlcsd.org  Vickie DeSantis

Glengary Elementary, Classroom 13, Walled Lake , 248.956.3133, MWF AM (8:30 - 11:30),  TTH AM (8:30 - 11:30)  MicheleJacobson@wlcsd.org Kecia McKane

Pleasant Lake Elementary, Room 101, West Bloomfield, 248.956.2811, MWF AM, TTH AM (9:30 - 12:00)  SianBalding@wlcsd.org, Terri Santavy

Twin Sun Facility, Room 300, Wixom (Map is for Loon Lake Elementary next door), 248.956.4057, MWF (8:45 - 2:45), TTH AM (8:45 -11:15)  Laura Davidson@wlcsd.org Amy Clyma

Walled Lake Elementary, Room 22, 1055 W. W. Maple Rd, Walled Lake - 248.956.4342, MW AM & PM, TTHF AM (9:15 - 11:45, 12:45 - 3:15, 9:15 - 12:45)   Ericka Pelto@wlcsd.org Heather Hill

Community Education Center, Room 110, 615 N. Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake, PreK Academy, 248.956.5093, M-F, MWF or TTH Full Day(8:30 - 2:30) BarbaraCook@wlcsd.org  Fabi Ruelas & Kim Cundiff


 Why don't children come with instruction manuals?  
Ages and Stages Developmental Screening Questionnaire is available for all children through age 5.  This researched tool gives parents information about where their child is regarding many areas of development.  After you answer some questions about your child, you will receive feedback with some ideas to implement to keep your child moving forward.  If there are any areas of concern, you will also receive suggestions of things to do or where to go to seek additional help.  Join parents nationwide who want to know how to best support their child as they grow!


When you spend time in your child's classroom or attend a field trip, your child has a deeper respect for school.  Your time and attention helps your child, all of the students in the classroom, and the teacher.  Everyone learns from one another as we create that village needed for success!  Be a volunteer, please!  You can start by completing this form, and returning it to your child's classroom teacher.  Volunteer Clearance

Want an opportunity to relax with other adults after dropping your child at preschool?  The Parent Resource room in the Community Education Center, LL2, has several rocking chairs, a changing table, a coffee pot. Please visit at any time, this is a place for you to relax on your own or to chat with some new friends you've met at preschool. There are pamphlets and movies that you may find helpful, too.  Create your own parent cafe - ask other parents to join you, and talk about what your children are doing, your challenges and successes - or maybe just talk!

The Great Start to Quality website notes:

Higher quality programs also will track children’s development to make sure they are growing and learning. The tracking will help guide activities to benefit children the most. That is why the Walled Lake Schools’ Preschool Programs use the Child Observation Record.  We use this information to plan how to guide your child's learning, and we'll share that with you.

From the NAEYC Position Statement: 

A curriculum that draws on research assists teachers in identifying important concepts and skills as well as effective methods for fostering children’s learning and development. When informed by teachers’ knowledge of individual children, a well-articulated curricular guides teachers so they can provide children with experiences that foster growth across a broad range of developmental and content areas. A curriculum also helps ensure that the teacher is intentional in planning a daily schedule that (a) maximizes children’s learning through effective use of time, materials used for play, self-initiated learning, and creative expression as well as (b) offers opportunities for children to learn individually and in groups according to their developmental needs and interests. http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/Position%20Statement%20EC%20Standards.pdf

Please see NPR (National Public Radio) article about high quality preschool for a video and article from NPR about quality preschool.  While this school uses Project Approach, rather than the High Scope Curriculum that is used in Walled Lake and most of Oakland County, it is still a curriculum that is centered on using play as the vehicle to help children construct learning.       

Do you think that your family may be eligible for a free preschool program?  Head Start and GSRP are both free programs. Families of 4 can earn up to $70,000 and be eligible for the state funded preschool program for 4 year old children.  

Walled Lake Preschool Video