Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program - ECEAP

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Free Preschool

Бесплатный детский сад  - Preescolar Gratuito

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ECEAP is a Washington State funded FREE PRESCHOOL program with 29 locations throughout the County. We focus on the well-being of each child, and help him or her prepare for kindergarten. Our team of specialists work with families, providing health, nutrition and family resources.

Apply Today!

For more information and locations, view our informational flier.

Apply using the Prescreen Application link.

All information is encrypted to maintain confidentiality.

 The preschool site nearest to you will contact you to complete the application process!

¡Applica Hoy!

Más información y localiziones Aquí

Aplicación de preselección

Toda la información está encriptada para su confidencialidad. 

Después de completar el formulario, será contactado por el preescolar ECEAP más cercano a usted.



Подайте заявку сегодня! 

  Для получения дополнительной информации и поступления посмотрите на наш информационный флаер.

  Подайте заявку по сноске Prescreen Application 

  Вся информация зашифрована для обеспечения конфиденциальности.

   Ближайшая к вам программа свяжиться  с вами чтобы завершить процесс подачи заявки!


Questions? / ¿Preguntas?

(425) 388-7010

eceap@snoco.org


Do I Qualify?

Income Guidelines are used as a starting point to review each application on a case-by-case basis.  Children in foster care or kinship care and children adopted from foster care or from an orphanage in another country are eligible for ECEAP.  Families involved with CPS, FAR or ICW, and families experiencing homelessness, are prioritized for enrollment.

What is ECEAP?

  • Education 
    • Preschool experience focusing on the needs of the whole child
    • Activities which build self-esteem, social, emotional, and physical skills
    • Highlights the strengths and diversity of each individual child
    • Small class sizes with a 10:1 child-teacher ratio
    • Support for dual language learners
  • Wellness
    • Medical, dental, vision and hearing screenings
    • Nutritious family-style meals
    • Health and nutrition education for children and families
  • Family Support
    • Parenting classes
    • Assistance to develop and meet family goals
    • Resources and referrals to community agencies
    • Connect with job training and employment programs
    • Learn to advocate for your child's needs

How Can Families Be Involved?

  • Make connections with other families
  • Be involved in program decisions
  • Volunteer in the classroom
  • Share your family culture 
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