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SUMMER PRESCHOOL @ COLLEGE VIEW
REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
The Ocean View School District: Child Development Programs is excited to welcome our families to ELEYO, our new convenient, mobile-friendly platform for Program Registration and Bill Payments.
To get started for Summer Preschool @ College View, please Log in to your current account or create a Parent/Guardian Account by clicking the image above.
For your convenience, please see the Account Creation Guide. Questions? Email Rai @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ocean View School District is proud to offer comprehensive preschool programs, providing a variety of services and programs for preschool children aged three and four years old by December 1. We are committed to providing high quality educational programs to support student development and academic achievement, while offering a developmentally-appropriate preschool experience that will lay a strong foundation for our TK-8 classrooms. Inclusive Program Model, World of Wonders Curriculum, Social Emotional Learning, Developmentally Appropriate Activities, Indoor & Outdoor Exploration, Dramatic Play, Language and Literacy Development and so much more!
Our preschools have outstanding teams of dedicated teachers who are committed to providing the foundations and nurturing needed to help our students succeed in preschool. Please click on the programs on the left to find out more about each different type of preschool at OVSD.
OVSD 2022-2023 TUITION PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
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2022-2023 Tuition Program *monthly fees
$875 Full Day
$400 Part Day
$450 Part Day
For payment information for our tuition preschool programs, please contact Rai Soyangco.
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Call our office at 714-843-6938 if you have questions.
OVSD STATE PRESCHOOL
Ages: Children aged 3-4 years old by December 1, 2023.
The California State Preschool Program (CSPP) definitions of eligibility based on age are as follows:
· CSPP eligible four-year-old children are defined as children who have their fourth birthday on or before December 1, or a child whose fifth birthday occurs after September 1, whose parent or guardian has opted to retain or enroll them in a CSPP.
· CSPP eligible three-year-old children are defined as children who have their third birthday on or before December 1. Children who have their third birthday on or after December 2, may be enrolled in a California State Preschool Program on or after their third birthday.
If you are interested in our state preschool programs at Oak View Preschool, Westmont Preschool and College View, please contact Adriana Boyer.
Sue Broderson Coordinator, Child Development Programs
(714) 847-2551 x.2873
Adriana Boyer Department Secretary Bilingual, Preschool Programs
(714) 843-6938 x.2870 Hablo Español
Teresa Gomez Community Liaison Bilingual, Preschool Programs
(714) 843-6938 x.2885 Hablo Español
Rai Soyangco Sr Acct Clerk, Expanded Learning Programs
(714) 847-2551 x.1108
Oak View Preschool
17131 Emerald Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Tuition and State Preschool locations:
Early Development Index (EDI)
First 5 Orange County partners with the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, families, and school districts to gather and analyze EDI data. The EDI has been tested internationally and found to be a reliable indicator of children’s readiness for kindergarten.
The following map is a snapshot of children’s early development in our region of Orange County using 2022 EDI data.
Early Development Index - First 5 Orange County (first5oc.org)
"Which is Best for Your Child? Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten (TK), or Kindergarten"
The "Which is Best for Your Child? Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten (TK), or Kindergarten" Parent Information Night was held on Thursday, February 24, 2022. The evening's presentation is posted here
With OVSD offering multiple PreKindergarten programs, parents can choose the program that best fits their child and family's needs.
The 27th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children in OC
The 27th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children in Orange County compiles indicators across four interdependent focus areas: Good Health, Economic Well-Being, Educational Achievement and Safe Homes and Communities to highlight trends in how children are faring.