Early Care and Education

ESD 112 Early Care and Education promotes school readiness efforts through individualized services that benefit children. We assist families, child care providers and community partners in providing quality early learning programs and professional development opportunities throughout the ESD 112 region.

Please contact our office for more information about our many programs!

Educational Service District 112
2500 NE 65th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98661
Phone: 360.952.3466
Fax: 360-694-2467
Toll-Free: 1.877.414-0071
Email:EarlyLearning@esd112.org

Hours of operation:
M–F, 8:00am–5:00pm

Free Preschool!

Services Available For Eligible Families

We have slots available for eligible families.  For information, call 360.952.3470, email us for additional information or complete the following form to Request Additional Information.

ECEAP

1- 2-3 Grow and Learn

Get ready to observe, wonder and learn with your child!

Families—join us for FREE at our 1-2-3 Grown and Learn Groups.  Groups are held throughout the week at Vancouver , Washougal and La Center elementary schools.  No registration is required.

2016-2017 All-Sites 123 Grow and Learn Schedule   
2016-2017 Horarios de sitios Crecer y Aprender en español

QUESTIONS?

Call Julie Jacobson at 360-952-3378

Related Pages

Early Care and Education
in the News

Early learning program has free preschool spots
(The Columbian, October 6, 2016)

Child care costly proposition for parentsbr /> (The Columbian, October 10, 2016)


Looking for Child Care?

Child Care Aware of Washington offers FREE referrals to parents seeking child care in their area. Call 800-446-1114, ​M​–​F, 8am-5​pm for your detailed report. Parents may also access their own search online 24 hours a day, by visiting Child Care Aware of Washington's website.

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As a district, we credit the ESD's Early Learning services as a big contributor to our increase in school readiness scores for entering Kindergarten students."

- Laura Dilley, Elementary Principal and Early Learning Coordinator, Vancouver Public Schools