Early Education and Care
Our programs, services and staff work tirelessly to ensure every child has a path to learning and success.
North Minneapolis Preschool
At our North Minneapolis preschool, we offer full-day, year-round therapeutic education and care from infants (age 6 weeks+) through kindergarten-ready.
We offer full-day year-round therapeutic education and care for children (16 months – 12 years), including access to Ojibwe and Dakota language immersion classrooms by Wicoie Nandagikenda.
Did you know?
More than 90% of our kids graduate from preschool kindergarten-ready!
What You Can Expect
Services That Support Your Child’s Needs
- Free transportation to school from nearby areas
- Experienced, multilingual and culturally diverse teaching staff
- Free healthy meals and snacks
- Free developmental screenings offered for all children
- Access to dental, vision and hearing checkups
- Personalized attention through small class sizes
- Access to The Family Partnership’s services for family members
Preschools’ Multicultural and Therapeutic Services
Developmental Therapies and Screening Services
We offer developmental screenings to identify any potential barriers to your child’s success. If needed, we provide early therapy intervention on-site to ensure every child’s success. Therapies include speech, occupational, physical and play therapy to enhance learning potential. We provide you with your child’s screening information that can be used for their kindergarten enrollment.
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We provide highly-rated education.
The Family Partnership has been accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) and 4-star rated (the highest level) by Minnesota’s Parent Aware. We have also been rated as Strong Beginnings Centers by Hennepin County and the Minnesota Department of Human Services. This rating requires additional program components (such as higher staff to child ratios) that deliver increased kindergarten readiness and family engagement.