Update: Centennial Schools CLOSED Tuesday, January 23

All schools are closed. All daytime programs are cancelled including:

Early Childhood Family/Special Education Programs
School Readiness Preschool
Kids Club
All Community Education classes and rentals are cancelled, except for swimming lessons and gymnastics at Centennial High School East Building.

The speech meet at Centennial Middle School is cancelled and will not be rescheduled.

Early Childhood Special Education

Group of ECSE Students Holding Hands

The Early Childhood Special Education program is designed to provide evaluation and educational services to qualified preschool children from birth to kindergarten. Children from birth to age three are primarily served in home-based settings, while children ages three to five typically receive services in Centennial's Early Childhood Center.

The District typically screens children before they turn 4 years old. If you have not been called prior to your child's fourth birthday, or would like screening done early due to a concern (ie: hearing, vision, speech, behavior, development), please send an email to ecscreening@isd12.org or call and leave a message at 763.792.5719 to schedule an appointment. Learn more about early childhood screening online.

If you have concerns regarding your child's development please visit Help Me Grow and fill out the referral form. Once the referral has been made, early childhood experts from Centennial, or your school district, will contact you to discuss your concerns. If you have additional questions regarding Centennial's Early Childhood Special Education Program please contact:

Click here to learn more on how to enroll your child in Centennial's Early Childhood Special Education Program.

Renee Dietz
Lead Teacher