Welcome to Harrisonville Early Childhood Center
Harrisonville Early Childhood Center is home to the district's pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs. Kindergarten is an all-day program for children who are five years old by August 1. There are eight kindergarten classes in the district
Children who are four by August 1 may enroll in the Preschool program which runs five half days per week.
The district's early childhood special education program and Parents As Teachers Program are also based at this school.
School Hours - Lunch Schedule
Please note: Main entrance to ECC is located on the south side of the building.
Regular Hours8:50 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.Early Release1:14 p.m.Preschool HoursFour year old: Monday-Friday 8:50 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. or 12:50 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.Lunch Schedule11:00-11:25 Room 10211:05-11:30 Room 20511:10-11:35 Room 20311:35-12:00 Room 20811:40-12:05 Room 10711:45-12:10 Room 10612:10-12:35 Room 10812:15-12:40 Room 104
News & Notes
The Mission of the Early Childhood Center is to be a safe and happy place to learn.
The Vision of the Early Childhood Center is to be a school where everyone is learning, sharing, and growing together to be the best that we can be.
Students should be encouraged and challenged to think, discuss, and prove their thinking to ensure high levels of learning.
Students are involved in setting goals for their learning and behavior and are recognized for their successes.
Teacher, parents, and community should share the responsibility to ensure students safety and success.
All students need to be supported to grow at their individual level and encouraged to reach their fullest potential.
Learning should be hands-on and allow students to construct their own knowledge in a safe and supportive environment.
We commit to consistently teach, model, and reinforce respect and responsibility.
We commit to differentiating our instruction to meet the needs of each student.
We commit to making learning fun and meaningful.
We commit to strive towards continuous improvement for all.
We commit to create an environment that communicates with and welcomes family and community members in the educational process.