Parent Resources

Do you have a 3, 4, or 5-year-old who is struggling to learn?

Preschool Children lesson workSpecial education services may be available for your 3, 4, or 5-year-old through your local school district.  There are a range of conditions that could potentially impact a child's learning ability including, speech/language impairment, cognitive impairment, Autism Spectrum Disorder, emotional impairment, traumatic brain injury, hearing or visual impairment, Early Childhood Developmental Delay or a specific learning disability.  Intervening early can in many cases resolve, or at least limit, a child's roadblock to learning.

If you are concerned about your 3, 4, or 5-year olds development and would like to request a Special Education Evaluation, contact the Build Up Michigan Coordinator, Alicia Kruk at (734) 994-8100 x 1272. 
Build Up Michigan

Great Start to Quality

Looking for a quality tuition-based preschool or childcare provider? Visit Great Start to Quality for a list of quality programs in your area.

Learn about free Washtenaw County quality preschool programs here.

Parent Resource Directory

Washtenaw Success by 6 Great Start Collaboratives Parent Resource Directory is a comprehensive list of programs and services available to Washtenaw County parents of children age 0-6.

WISD Community Resource Manual

WISD Community Resources Manual 2021-2022

Engage @ EMU Resource Guide

To access the resource guide click here.

Peachjar Electronic Flyers

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.