The Calcasieu Parish School Board is gearing up for its annual education presentation for the youngest learners in Southwest Louisiana. Each year they invite parents to come out and learn more about its Early Childhood Development Program and resources.

Parents and guardians are invited to attend the Annual Coordinated Enrollment Day on Saturday, April 27, 2024, from 9 am to 1 pm at the Lake Charles Event Center. This is an opportunity to learn more about the curriculum, available resources, and the services being offered specifically to children 7 years old and younger.


Families can take advantage of this event to meet with teachers, and the facility plus, fill out an application to enroll their youngster. The following items are required to register on Saturday, April 27 - Social Security Card, Electricity Bill, Child’s Immunization Record, and Parent/Guardian ID or License.

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Calcasieu Parish School Board Early Childhood Programs are listed below:

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION: Offered to children not enrolled in Kindergarten between the ages of 3 to 5 years old. Children are serviced in homes, early learning centers, and within the school system.

CIRCLE: A unified literacy program that assists families with children 0 to 7 years old in early childhood development. In addition, this program aims to improve and integrate adult education, parenting education, health information, and everyday living skills. The CIRCLE Center is located at 1618 Mill St. Pregnant women are encouraged to attend.

EARLY CHILDHOOD COMMUNITY NETWORK: Directed by Act 3, this network ensures more children enter elementary school, kindergarten-ready. A unified system, with high-quality, publicly-funded options comprised of a local early childhood community network that includes every public Pre-Kindergarten, Child Care, and Head Start program within the parish.

Calcasieu Parish School Board
Calcasieu Parish School Board

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