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  • Early Childhood Screening - April 1

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 15

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 16

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 2

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
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  • Early Childhood Screening - April 22

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 23

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 29

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - April 3

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
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  • Early Childhood Screening - April 30

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.
  • Early Childhood Screening - May 1

    Join us at Early Childhood Screening as soon as your child turns 3 1/2! This is a FREE and simple check of how your child is growing and developing. At what age should my child be screened? If your child is between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5, it is time to schedule his/her Early Childhood Screening to check all areas of development including hearing, vision, speech, and motor abilities. What information is gathered at screening? Discover more about your child’s development and learning, such as: Thinking, language, and communication skills Social and emotional development Large and small muscle coordination Height, weight, hearing, and vision Early Childhood screening is one way to support children in their early years of growth and development. It is also a way to identify children who may benefit from early childhood special services before they enter school and connects families with the appropriate resources and programs. For more information regarding Minnesota early childhood screenings, access the following link which is available in multiple languages. http://www.echominnesota.org/library/early-childhood-screening Where is screening held? Screenings are held at the District 196 Service Center - 14301 Diamond Path, Apple Valley 55124. Click here for map. What do I need to bring for this appointment? Birth certificate Immunization records Completed screening forms (download forms here from website) You can also call 651-423-7899 or email ecscreening@district196.org for additional information or to make an appointment.