Preschool Parent Handbook

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Kinder Kids & Tiny Tots Preschool Information

Kinder Kids (4-5 years)
Children must be 4 years old by Oct. 1 and planning to attend kindergarten in August 2025. This continuous school-year program prepares your child for kindergarten while focusing on the “learning is fun” philosophy. The program emphasizes social, emotional, and cognitive development along with the State of Colorado Early Learning Development Guidelines (ELDG’s). 

Tiny Tots (3-4 years)
Children must be 3 years old by Oct. 1. This great beginning program prepares your child for Kinder Kids. The program develops social, emotional, cognitive, and fine motor skills in line with the State of Colorado Early Learning Development Guidelines (ELDG’s). 

State of Colorado Licensed Program
Kinder Kids and Tiny Tots age requirements are based on the age as of Oct. 1 of the school year you are registering for. The Kinder Kids and Tiny Tots programs are state licensed as small and large childcare programs. 

First Day Of School

Kinder Kids
Monday, August 26, 2024 (All classes)

Tiny Tots
Monday, August 26, 2024 (M/W/F classes)
Tuesday, August 27, 2024 (T/Th classes & T/W/Th classes)


Registration for the school year is on a first-come, first-served basis with existing preschool and tot class students getting first priority for Tiny Tots and Kinder Kids.
We accept enrollments during the school year if space is available.


Our preschool curriculum is aligned with the State of Colorado Early Learning Development Guidelines, which includes indicators that describe learning goals in the areas of mathematics, science, creative arts expression, physical development, and literacy. We also integrate Heggerty Phonemic Awareness into daily lesson plans. Heggerty Phonemic Awareness is used in more than 150 Colorado elementary schools. Additional information:,


Some activities may have holiday themes. Please notify instructors of any holiday theme objections as early in the school year as possible. Missed classes are not refunded.

Potty Training

Our Colorado Child Care License does not permit staff to assist children in the bathroom or with diaper/Pull-Up changing. Because of this, children must be fully potty trained (underwear) or a parent/guardian must be available on-site at the recreation center and reachable by call/text at all times to tend to the child if needed. We encourage you to keep a change of clothes in your child’s backpack. 

ePACT Profile

You will receive an email from ePACT within 24 hours of registration. ePACT is where we collect health information and emergency contact information. If you have used ePACT previously (with City of Westminster or another organization), you will be asked to verify or update any expired information. 

Required Information & Forms

The following are a licensing requirement and MUST be completed and uploaded to ePACT in order for your child to start preschool (Kinder Kids & Tiny Tots): 

  • Emergency Information 
  • Colorado Certificate of Immunization 
  • Physician-signed Health statement

*Health statements expire one year from the date of the most recent well visit noted on the form.


contact us

Recreation Coordinator - 303-658-2717 -
Assistant Recreation Coordinator - 303-658-2222 -