Learn more about free quality preschool options for low to moderate income families in Washtenaw County.
Learn more about the WISD's Head Start 2020-2021 Annual Report.
Learn more about the WISD's Head Start Community Assessment Community Assessment 2021.
Are you curious or concerned about your child’s development? Learn more about our early intervention resources.
Parents are their children’s first and most influential teachers. Learn more about our support programs for parents.
Learn more about quality childcare and other Washtenaw County resources for families of young children.
Q. My child was evaluated by his school team and
A. A school evaluation does NOT provide a diagnosis of autism. It only determines that your child is eligible for special education services. For information about receiving a medical diagnosis, click on the link below:
Learn more about resources available for teachers looking for consultation to meet the needs of young children who may be struggling, but are not qualified for Special Education.
Visit http://www.washtenawsuccessby6.org/ for resources for families of young children or to get involved in the Great Start Parent Coalition.
Washtenaw ISD now uses Peachjar eFlyers to distribute information via electronic flyers. Peachjar enables school districts to send information to parents, staff, and community members as colorful digital flyers directly via email and on our website. To see current flyers for our district, click below:
WISD’s flyer distribution guidelines and information on how external community organizations can share flyers is available here.
Contact WISD’s Early Childhood Department.
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