River View Local Schools offers three different options for preschool education in the district:
Early Childhood Education (Income Based Eligibility)
The purpose of Early Childhood Education preschool classes is to offer a quality preschool setting for children whose family income falls below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines and are four years old by August 1 of the current year.
Click here to visit the Early Childhood Education web page for more information.
** Poverty Levels and Tuition Scale have been updated for the 2018-2019 school year.**
Special Education Preschool
River View's Special Education Preschool offers preschool services and therapies to students who 3 - 5 years old and have a documented disability.
If you suspect your child might have a disability you may request assistance through the
Office of Special Programs at 740-824-3523.
Click here to visit the Special Education Preschool web page for more information.
Typical preschool students are between three and five years old and, do not meet the eligibility requirements for the Early Childhood Preschool or the Special Education Preschool. Typical preschool students are educated in the same classrooms as our special education preschool students, to serve as positive peer models.
Click here to visit the Typical Preschool web page for more information.