Academy District Twenty Preschool

 Academy District Twenty Preschool

 **ONLY District Twenty residents have the opportunity to have their children, ages 3-5, attend preschool in one of our district preschools**
    • Highly qualified, licensed early childhood/special educators
    • 1:5 teacher/student ratio
    • Integrated classes meeting all children's needs
    • Provide opportunities to explore, extend and experiment
    • Teacher guided experiences
    • Activities representing language, motor, cognitive and social emotional development
    • Age appropriate skills which facilitate individual learning styles
    • Big books, read alouds, circle time, art, block centers and science centers, dramatic play

Thanksgiving Break

No School

November 21st through the 25th


Please Note:

If your child has an Individualized Education Plan or you have concerns about your child's development, please call our preschool office at 719-234-1750.

Child Find 

District Twenty is responsible for assessing and identifying children who may have educational disabilities. District Twenty has professionals who are trained to evaluate children in a variety of areas, including cognitive functioning, physical development, hearing and vision, speech and language, as well as social and emotional development. 


Child Find is the process for assessing and identifying childen who may have educational disabilities ages birth to 5 years. Parents who suspect their child may be developing differently than same age peers or have delays in learning may contact our Child Find Coordinator, MaryJeanne Benner-Knopp at (719) 234-1755.

If your child is selected to attend our preschool, you will need the following information to register:
    • Registered County Birth Certificate
    • Immunization records
    • Verification of residency
**Transportation is not offered**