Leander ISD’s Early Childhood Education services exist to build a strong foundation so that each child is ready to be challenged, encouraged and supported to achieve their highest level of knowledge, skills and character.
We do this by providing quality inclusive experiences responsive to children ages birth to five and to the needs of their families:
- By developing strong community and family partnerships
- By providing a high quality professional development system
- By ensuring a seamless transition
- By using developmentally appropriate, research-based and play based instruction
- By creating a safe, secure, welcoming and positive environment for children and their families
Child Find (Ages 0–21)
The purpose of Child Find is to locate, identify and evaluate children from birth to 21 years of age and their possible need for special education and related services. Child Find is a free referral and information service available through local education agencies and Service Center Region XIII.
Children learn at different rates, but some children have significant difficulty. We’re here to help you access services to meet the unique learning needs of your child. If you are concerned your child may be learning, playing or interacting differently from others, please call our office at 512-570-0350 or email [email protected].
Parents as Teachers (Ages 0–5)
300-B S. West Dr.
Leander, TX 78641
(located in portables directly behind the LEO Conference Center)
Parents as Teachers is a free early education program provided by Leander ISD for families with children ages birth to 5 who are interested in learning the best ways to ready their child for school success. These services are also offered to expectant parents.
If your child’s first language is Spanish and would attend one of the bilingual campuses (Bagdad, Knowles, Reed, Whitestone), your family also qualifies for Parents as Teachers.
Early Childhood Special Education (Ages 3–5)
Prekindergarten (Age 3–4)
- Eligibility Requirements
- Registration and Enrollment
- Session Times
Young Parent Services (Pregnant Teenagers & Teenage Parents)
The vision of LISD’s Young Parent Services (YPS) program is to ensure that all young parents will graduate feeling connected, empowered, and confident in making healthy choices for themselves and their child’s future by providing young parents and pregnant teens with:
- Academic guidance
- Emotional support
- Current and age-appropriate pre-natal and child development information
- Parent and child health information
- Community resources
For a districtwide staff listing, visit the Staff Directory page.