Eastmont Preschools Hours
Program Hours for 2023-2024
Currently all students attend 2 1/2 hours a day and participate in a 2-day, 3-day, or 4-day per week.
AM Classes are 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
PM Classes are 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Class days follow the Eastmont School District Wildcat Calendar. Any changes to the schedule will be provided through paper work sent home by the teacher at least a week in advance of those changes.
If your child is unable to attend preschool, please call or Parent Square message your child's teacher or call the Preschool Coordinator (888.1488), prior to class starting.
If your child rides the bus please contact the bus garage at least 30 minutes before their scheduled pickup.
Early Childhood Programs
Early Childhood programs are offered through Eastmont School District and via a variety of agencies. Preschool programs are offered at the Eastmont High School site (Wee Wildcats) and Sterling Junior High School (Wee Cougars), CDCSA (Sunset Ridge, Kittitas St location, Methow St locations), and EPIC (Rock Island Rd. and Seedlings locations).
Eastmont Preschools - The Wee Wildcat and Wee Cougars classrooms are located at Eastmont High School and Sterling Junior High School locations and is available for typical developing children as well as for children who are experiencing developmental delays. High school students from the Child Development classes assist in providing services to preschoolers at the Wee Wildcat location, earning college credits to do so. Preschool classes are offered both in the mornings and afternoons.
Parents of typically developing children may request a spot in preschool BEGINNING THE 1ST MONDAY IN MARCH and pay a monthly tuition amount.
CDCSA- East Wenatchee residents who request and qualify for Head Start or ECEAP may attend preschool classes at Sunset Ridge, the Kittitas St location, or the Methow St location. Service providers provide Special Education services to students at CDCSA locations who are eligible and have an active IEP. Early Head Start Services are available for families of children under the age of three. Early Head Start offers full day services to families with child care subsidies or a Home Base program. Please call CDCSA for more information.
EPIC- ECEAP/Migrant Head Start Programs - EPIC provides services to migrant and low income families. The EPIC center is located on Rock Island Road just east of Mary street at the Seedlings building on Eastmont Ave. EPIC provides Summer, Fall and Winter preschool programs as well as childcare for families who work in agriculture. Children who are in need of specialized services are referred through family advocates. EPIC provides on-going parental support through regularly scheduled family activities at their site.
Individual Services - Some preschool students may qualify for communication, OT or PT services and are not in need of a preschool program. Those students are often served in Eastmont School District Elementary schools to help them improve speech, fine or gross motor skills.