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Early Childhood Learning

Moreno Valley Unified School District Early Childhood Learning is currently enrolling for our no-cost preschool programs. The Early Childhood Learning Programs commonly known as the Head Start and State Preschool Programs are funded by federal and state funds. These programs serve children from low-income families. Students are given an opportunity to acquire social and academic readiness skills for successful transition into kindergarten. They participate in curriculum activities designed to promote the development of early literacy, numeracy, social and physical skills. Parents are encouraged to participate in training sessions and to be involved with their children in a variety of educational experiences. 


Families must qualify based on income as defined by federal and state guidelines, and students must be 3 or 4 years old.  Students attend either part-day (3- 3.5 hours) or full-day (6.5 hours) classes at school sites across the district. We service children in special education. Applications are available in our office or online.


Again, there is no cost for eligible families. Please visit our office or call us with any questions.




Office Location: Armada Elementary, 25201 John F. Kennedy Dr., Moreno Valley CA, 92551 (Second Parking lot on East Side of the School)


Office hours: 8am-4pm    **Please note that due to COVID-19 health crisis school closure, our office is currently closed to the public.  Families are encouraged to review the website information including the application packet posted online.  You may also contact us by phone.


Phone: 951-571-4716    Fax: 951-571-4717


Applications accepted from: ONLINE


Click here to email Principal Jennifer Adcock