Early Childhood/Family Education

Early childhood educational opportunities abound at the Lanesboro Public School system. Parents and children can gain valuable lessons by taking part in early childhood family education classes, an in-house Daycare facility, and both a three year old and a four year old preschool class. During these early years in a child's development, it is beneficial to seek support from trained professionals when questions arise on how to handle various situations relating to a child's development. Lanesboro Public School offers the following:

  • New in house Daycare facility

  • Weekly E.C.F.E. classes with both morning and                               
    evening sessions available                                                                   

  • Three year old preschool classes

  • Four year old preschool classes

  • ECFE contact person is James Semmen - jamessemmen@lanesboroschools.com

Traditional values, visionary people, and modern facilities are a part of early childhood education at Lanesboro Public Schools.E

What is Early Childhood Family Education? (ECFE)

Parents are a child's first and most significant teachers, ECFE offers a variety of classes and resources for parents and children birth through kindergarten age. ECFE helps build healthy families and sets the stage for parent involvement and children’s success in Kindergarten to Grade 12 education. 

Who can come to ECFE? All moms and/or dads and their kids from infancy to kindergarten are welcome. 

Parent-Child Activity Time: where families explore a classroom filled with developmentally appropriate play and learning activities planned by a teacher.  

Parent Discussion Time: where parents meet with a parent educator to share support, experiences and information about child development and parenting techniques.

Children’s Activity Time: where children learn with the teacher and paraprofessional and practice social skills as they interact with each other. 

ECFE Egg Hunt

ECFE Classes