Individual Student and Academic Plan (ICAP)
ICAP is an opportunity for students to design academic plans, identify career interests, and plan future educational needs. Ask your child about their ICAP and if you need additional information to support your child, please contact your child's School Counselor.
ICAP information - http://d11.org/counseling/Pages/ICAP---Overview.aspx
ICAP metrics for students to complete - http://d11.org/counseling/CIC/D11%20ICAP%209-28-15.pdf
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Almost all district elementary schools offer free preschool. Call 520-2540 for more information.
Children must be three or four by October 1 to see if they are eligible for the program. Space is limited.
Early Childhood & Preschool
We are here to serve our youngest learners in District 11. Learning begins a birth and a strong partnership between school and home is the foundation for later school success. We offer a variety of services and program options for children birth to kindergarten.
Click here to find out more about Early Childhood Education in District 11