Important Information Regarding Preschool Registration

  • Thank you for your interest in the Troy 30C Preschool Program!

    The first step in the enrollment process is to schedule a Preschool Screening for your child. Placement in the program is based on the screening results. To schedule a Preschool Screening, please click here.


  • We serve:

    • 3-5 year old children

    • Children must be 3 years old on or before September 1 of the school year

    We offer:

    • Half-day options (2.5 hrs)

      • AM session, 8:35-11:05

      • PM session, 12:35-3:05

      • For children 3-5 years old

    • Full-day option

      • 8:35 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

      • Only for children who are 4 on or before September 1,  who meet Preschool for All grant eligibility requirements

    Children do not need to be toilet trained to participate in the preschool program.

Community Preschool Program

  • The Community Program is a tuition-based program. It is offered either 3 or 5 days per week.

    Community 3 days per week:

    • Children attend Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

    Community 5 days per week:

    • Children attend Monday-Friday

    Optional bus transportation will be provided for an annual fee.

    Children who do not qualify for the Early Childhood Program or the Preschool for All Program are eligible for the Community Program. Students may have a speech-only IEP.

Preschool for All Program

  • This program, provided by a grant from the Illinois State Board of Education, is for children who must have identified risk factors that may impact academic success. These risk factors are determined during the screening process. Spots in the grant-funded program are limited. 

    Program Details:

    • 5 days per week, Monday-Friday

    • Daily snack is provided

    • Bus transportation is provided

    • No fees or supplies needed

    • Half-day sessions (3-5 year olds)

    • Full-day sessions (4-5 year olds only)

Early Childhood Program

  • This program is for children who qualify for specialized instructional needs and have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for multiple special education services.

    Services may include:

    • Occupational therapy

    • Physical therapy

    • Speech therapy

    • Social work services

    • Vision services

    • Hearing services

    Children are evaluated through a play assessment to determine the services that they need.

    Students participate in either: 

    • a blended setting with opportunities to learn from peers or

    • a more restricted, self-contained classroom

    Program Details:

    • Students attend five, half days a week

    • Optional bus transportation will be provided for an annual fee.

Walk-In Speech Services

  • Children who have been identified through the initial screening process as needing a deeper speech and language evaluation may qualify for speech therapy. 

    If the child was not 3 years old on or before September 1 of the school year, families can bring the child to school for their speech therapy sessions. Qualifying children, at least 3 years old on or before September 1 of the school year, may receive speech therapy while they attend preschool.

Contact Us

  • Troy 30-C Preschool Office

    Director of Early Childhood Education
    Jessica McCaslin

    Administrative Assistant for Early Childhood Education
    Michelle Cisneros