Early Learning Statement and Philosphy
The West Contra Costa State Preschool Program is committed to providing a rich learning experience for each child in preparation for early success in school.
Guided by high expectations, our preschool staff will provide students with a wide range of educational opportunities that will increase student success rates. The WCCUSD Early Learning Program will promote the development of students building literacy, math, goal-setting, and critical thinking skills. In addition to engaging early learners in experiences that will enrich each child's social-emotional, physical, and creative abilities.
All students will be provided with a classroom environment that supports the development of:
- A safe, nurturing educational experience
- Critical thinking skills
- Cultivating a love of learning and building problem-solving skills
- An appreciation for cultural differences and to enter Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten with the necessary skills to promote lifelong learning
The philosophy of the WCCUSD State Preschool Program is to provide and promote experiences that meet the individual needs of all children.
Children are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities to prepare them:
- To be personally and socially competent
- To be effective learners
- To become critical thinkers
- To demonstrate physical and motor competence
- To be safe & healthy
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Office of Early Learning Department
1108 Bissell Ave. Room 132
Richmond CA 94801
Phone: (510) 307-4585
Early Learning Program Coordinator: Mrs. Lanre Ajayi M. Ed.
Early Learning Office Supervisor: Demi Branch
Early Learning Project Assistant: Dr. Peter Aloo
Health Aide: Jeny Aguirre
Office Typist Clerks: Maria Guerra, Rosa Alba, Claudia Hernandez
Teacher on Special Assignment: Anna Wirsig
Graduate Tutors: Doris Hernandez, Yolanda Lopez