Early Childhood Screening
What is Early Childhood Screening?

Early detection and intervention makes a difference in the lives of young children.

Did you know that the State of Minnesota requires that all children participate in a developmental screening before entering public kindergarten programs? The Rochester School District provides a comprehensive Early Childhood Screening for any child three years of age and older at no charge. During an Early Childhood Screening, Early Childhood Screening staff will check your child’s: Vision, hearing, growth, immunizations, and skills in thinking, communication and language, large and small muscles, and social and emotional development.

There is no cost for the screening and it is funded by the State of Minnesota.

Parents/Guardians must attend the screening with their child. Language interpretation is provided upon request.

For more information: Visit Early Childhood Screening

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