Give Your Child a Strong Start
The Yamhill Community Care Early Learning Hub works to ensure families in the community have ease of access to Early Learning Programs for children ages 0-5.
This page can serve as your resource guide to Yamhill County Early Learning programs!
Do you have questions about childcare and access to childcare?
CALL 211 or 1-866-698-6155
TEXT keyword “children” or “ninos” to 898211 (TXT211)
Early Learning Hub
Preschool Promise is a quality FREE preschool program for 3- and 4-year-old children living at or below 200% of the poverty level.
Preschool Promise will be held at various sites in Dayton, McMinnville, Lafayette, Newberg, and Sheridan!
Questions? Need more information?
Other Local Early Learning Programs
A Family Place Relief Nursery
Offers a therapeutic classroom setting for children ages 18 months through 5 years of age including home visiting support. Comprehensive home-based services and parenting support for qualifying families with children prenatal through age 5. No income restrictions.
Dayton School District*
Quality preschool program for children age 3-5 that allows self-directed learning. Strives to reach specific goals in three areas: social-emotional growth, cognitive growth, and physical growth. Offers both Preschool Promise and private pay slots.
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (WESD)
Provides support services in classroom and home settings for children from 0 to 5 who have a developmental delay or disability https://www.wesd.org/
Head Start of Yamhill County
Bilingual services for children 0-5 in a comprehensive, family-focused, early childhood development program. Children ages 3-5 attend full- or half-day preschool program, with year-long services as needed. Meals, diapers/ pull-ups, and limited transportation included. Early Head Start program serves pregnant moms and children 0-3 with weekly visits, family socializations, and Summer Camp to prepare for the preschool program. Parent involvement and education, support with self-sufficiency skills building, family, health, and specialized services provided. For families under 135% of Federal Poverty Level; those experiencing homelessness and foster care are automatically eligible.
Head Start of Grand Ronde
Year-round learning opportunities for children and families who reside in the community of Grand Ronde and/or belong to Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde or other native families. Child development and parenting education, home visiting & family services, health & nutrition, cultural, social & emotional learning opportunities, and transportation. Services are available for pregnant women, children ages birth to 5 and their families.
McMinnville School District
Free half-day pre-K programs for four-year-olds at five (out of six) elementary schools for students who live within district boundaries. The program is designed to be developmentally appropriate to prepare students for school readiness with both social-emotional learning and academic exposure. Students participate in free breakfast or lunch. Transportation is not provided.
Newberg School District
Provides a bilingual, bicultural educational experience for migrant children ages 3-5
Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC)
Provides comprehensive supports for migrant, seasonal farm worker families of children age 0-3 who are living at or below the federal poverty level.