the process of conducting specific activities for the purpose of locating, evaluating and identifying students with suspected disabilities and who reside within the district’s boundaries.
If your child is a preschooler:
and you have concerns about your child’s development from ages 3 to 5, Eatonville School District offers screening to provide information on school-related development. Parents are encouraged to take advantage of this free service. We will assess your child’s Cognitive, Communication, Fine/Gross Motor, Self Help, and Social/Emotional skills & development. Following the screening process, a determination will be made regarding whether your child should be further evaluated for special education services. If you, or someone you know, suspects a child of having a disability, please schedule a screening appointment by calling (360) 641-1800. If you are not sure whether to schedule a screening, consider the lists below.
Can your child do these things?
|By Age Three||By Age Four||By Age Five|
If you note that a child is not able to perform some of these actions by the applicable age, it could indicate that the child is a candidate for screening.
We will assess your child’s Cognitive, Communication, Fine/Gross Motor, Self Help, and Social/Emotional skills & development.
For information on services available to children under 3 years of age - Visit the Pierce County Birth to Three Website
Or call them directly at (253) 874-5445
For information on Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) or Head Start - Visit the WA State Dept. of Early Learning Website
For children that become 5 years of age between June 25th and August 31st of the current year, please contact the school they are attending in the fall and speak with student services office about your concerns.