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Humboldt Unified School District Offers Early Launch Program at Bright Futures Pre-School

Bright Futures Preschool and Humboldt Unified School District welcomes 2.9 to 5 year olds who love to have fun and learn new things, no matter what their ability level. The preschool offers a developmentally appropriate curriculum, along with a full range of special needs services for exceptional children. Bright Futures Preschool is a loving, warm and nurturing place where each child develops skills in the areas of social/emotional, self-help, concepts, physical, and language skills according to individual readiness.

Bright Futures Preschool is committed to providing a high quality early childhood preschool experience for students and their families. The preschool experience will provide a developmental preschool program that enhances each child's development in the areas of social/emotional skills, adaptive/self help skills, cognitive ability, motor concepts, and language/speech acquisition. The curriculum and teacher/child interaction go together to provide each child with an individual approach to learning. Program activities encourage exploration, problem solving, self-expression, and kindergarten readiness skills. Bright Futures is dedicated to creating a safe, fun and exciting place for children to succeed.

Bright Futures utilizes the Creative Curriculum which is aligned with the Arizona State Standards and supports a hands-on, center-based early childhood learning experiences.

Bright Futures also offers a free monthly developmental screening (Child Find) for children 2.9 to 5 years old. This developmental screening includes the below areas:

• Vision

• Hearing

• Social/Emotional

• Adaptive/Self Help

• Cognitive

• Motor

• Language/Speech

If you are interested in getting your child screened please call 759-5130 to set up an appointment.

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