Dedicated to helping young children enter school with the academic and social skills to be successful.
Powered by the Richland School District's All Children Exceeding Standards initiative
Here in Richland Schools, we know that learning begins long before our children ever enter Kindergarten. In fact, research tells us that the greatest brain growth occurs in the earliest years of life. Who knew?
Let us help you find information about your child, from birth to Kindergarten. Topics such as:
And much more. Please explore our pages as your time allows. There is much to see!
Thanks to our Partners
Partners for Early Learning extends our gratitude to these businesses and community partners who have contributed to our projects.
Partners for Early Learning - Investing in Every Child
Our Babies Can't Wait Infant Development Workshops
First-time expecting parents or first-time parents with a child under 1 year old living in Benton or Franklin Counties are invited to FREE infant development workshops in October and November.
Snacks provided and infants welcome!
WHERE: The Children’s Developmental Center
Please call to register with Joely Nye-Felt 987-BABY
Karen's Corner is Growing!
We all have heard those children’s songs:
The itsy-bitsy spider went up the water spout.
Row, row, row your boat,
But did you ever think of them in the context of building your child’s language?
School has begun again. Your child’s teacher wants her to read at least 20 minutes each night. You know that reading is important, and you want to help your child become a successful student. But each night she whines and complains, “I HATE reading!” You never were much of a reader yourself, so you just don’t want to make it a battle. Or maybe you love to read, and you don’t understand your child’s hesitance. Read on for some thoughts to consider:
Oct 23: 6:30 PM
Partners for Early Learning Annual Meeting
RSD Admin Building, 615 Snow Ave., Richland WA
Nov 20: 6:30 PM
Monthly Provider Meeting
Richland High School library