Lakeside Academy is an early learning program for children 6 weeks to 4 years old located within Hartland South Elementary School, 651 E. Imperial Drive.
Lakeside Academy, in partnership with The Hartland Lakeside School District Community Education Program and dedicated early childhood professionals, build a foundation for lifelong learning and success. This is done by providing high-quality early learning programs for children and families within the district and the surrounding community.
In Support of our Mission, Lakeside Academy follows the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards and believes in the Guiding Principles listed below as a part of our philosophy:
- All children are capable and competent.
- Early relationships matter.
- A child’s early learning and development is multidimensional.
- Expectations for children must be guided by knowledge of child growth and development.
- Children are individuals who develop at various rates.
- Children are members of cultural groups that share developmental patterns.
- Children exhibit a range of skills and competencies within any domain of development.
- Children learn through play and active exploration of their environment.
- Parents are children’s primary and most important caregivers and educators
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3K PRESCHOOL PROGRAM INFORMATION
For the 2020-21 school year Hartland North will not offer a 3K program due to COVID/low enrollment. Families interested in the 3K program at Lakeside Academy should contact Stacy Krimmer at email@example.com.
To build long-term relationships with the families and students within our community, at an early age, providing them with early educational options that will ensure lifelong learning through play and social-emotional development.
Lakeside Academy was established for the expressed purpose of providing quality early education and childcare to young children in our school community, building a strong foundation around social and emotional well being and fostering the love of learning at an early age through inquiry and play as they begin their educational journey.
All children are given the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of individual differences as they experience life in the classroom, learning through play together.
Areas of developmental learning include gross and fine motor, speech and language, social interaction, self-care skills, creative expression, and intellectual stimulation. The program is geared to help each child develop to his/her highest potential.
We want all children to develop an enthusiastic attitude towards learning that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. Motivated by our desire to help all children achieve their maximum potential, we will provide a safe, secure, nurturing, stimulating, and developmentally appropriate environment that is responsive to the needs of every child.
To inquire about program options available for 3-year-olds, please contact Stacy Krimmer directly at 262-200-1763 or firstname.lastname@example.org
No seats are available for the 2020-21 school year.
Students must be 3 by September 1st
Students must be toilet trained by the start of school
Transportation is not available for students