Cascade Preschool offers a tuition free educational experience for ALL 4 year old learners and some 3 year old learners.  Our current program is split into 2 cohorts of students, each cohort meeting every day for an AM session (8:00 am - 11:30 am) or a PM session (12:15 pm - 3:30 pm).

In our preschool program, our youngest learners are given a foundation in early literacy skills such as letter identification and sounds, they are introduced to early math skills using our PreK-12 curriculum Eureka Math, and are given exposure to how to be a learner with their age appropriate peers.  

Please check our website starting in February for information regarding screening students for this program.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to engage every student, every day in character development and rigorous education.

Our Vision

The Cascade School teachers and staff will:

  • Engage all students and set standards for excellence that will prepare them to be effective community members.

  • Meet as a professional learning community to collaborate with purpose, to develop high–quality learning for all.

  • Commit daily to provide opportunities that encompass the whole child through a well-rounded educational curriculum, family engagement, and community and cultural enrichment.

Our Values

In order to advance our shared vision to engage all students & set standards for excellence, we will:

  • Collaborate with one another and our students so that we can achieve our collective goals more effectively.

  • Help all students achieve the intended outcomes of the curriculum with perseverance by addressing their individual needs and learning styles.

  • Promote a positive school climate by modeling the qualities and characteristics that we hope to instill in our students.

  • Engage students with enthusiasm coupled with high expectations.

  • Communicate with all stakeholders a consistent message of positivity, purpose, and dedication toward the education of our students.

  • Involve parents in the education of their children by keeping them informed of student progress and offering suggestions for assisting their students.

  • Monitor the results of our individual and collective efforts and use evidence of results to guide our processes of continuous improvement.