Early Childhood Preschool Programs


     Now accepting applications for the Preschool Development Grant program. This is a federally funded program providing general education services for children that turn 4 years old by September 1st. This is a FREE full day preschool!  Please call 623-445-4991 for more information.

    Early childhood opportunities abound in Deer Valley providing various learning environments for our youngest students, including
    General Education Preschool (for 3-5 year olds) and Prekindergarten (for 4-5 year olds) classes offered through the Community Education Department  are based on the belief that all children can learn.  We provide quality child development services designed to meet and exceed the individual student's need by providing literacy rich, play-based learning environments promoting physical, social, emotional, and creative development, through a partnership with staff, parents/guardians, and community.  All classes are five days per week with half and full day options available.  More information and registration.


    CTE Community Education Preschool

    Preschool Development Grant provides free general education preschool services to children that turn 4 by September 1st, with eligibility based on income. The program is housed at Village Meadows Elementary School. For more information please call 623-445-4991.

    Developmental Preschool provides services for 3-5 year old children who may be experiencing difficulties in the area of language, social/emotional, motor/perceptual, and cognitive development.  This program is administered through the Student Support Services Department. For more information please call 623-445-4991 or visit this page.
    Head Start Preschool is a federally funded program providing services for children ages 3 and 4 years old who are at risk, with eligibility based on income. 

    Head Start programs provide comprehensive early childhood and family development services. Head Start provides a range of individualized services in the areas of education and early childhood development; medical, dental, and mental health; nutrition; parental involvement and family support. Our program has a long tradition of delivering comprehensive and high quality services designed to foster healthy development for income eligible children and their families. For more information call 623-445-4991 or visit this page.