• Family Road Maps through Eudora Schools

    Parenting school-age children involve so many changes from one year to the next — it can definitely be overwhelming at times! We at Eudora Schools have worked with people across our district to develop a road map for each elementary school year, as well as one for the transition years into middle school and high school. These are designed to give families a snapshot of what to expect academically, behaviorally, socially, and emotionally at each stage of growth, learning, and development

    Whether the road is straight or winding, these road maps can help you know what to expect and, ultimately, help you enjoy the ride.

    Click here for the Preschool Road Map


    Parents as Teachers

    Parents as Teachers is a national program for children age birth to three, that equips parents with the tools they need to tap into their child's natural ability to learn. Participants in P.A.T. enjoy regular play groups and activities, as well as one-on-one home visits for a truly individualized focus on the child's stages of development. The program also includes basic vision, hearing, and developmental screenings at the different critical stages.

    Contact Information

    Parents as Teachers Program - Eudora West Resource Center
    Sara Sorensen, Parent Educator
    1310 Winchester Road
    Eudora, KS 66025
    913-669-8818
    Keystone Learning Services
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    tiny-K 

    tiny-K is a local non-profit organization providing FREE developmental support and services to children. Whether a child has a disability or simply needs a little help in a developmental area, the licensed team of tiny-K educators and therapists work with families to build a unique success plan for every child.

    tiny-K Early Intervention of Douglas County, provides:

    • Physical therapy
    • Speech therapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Special Instruction
    • Feeding and Nutrition
    • Social Work

    Free developmental screenings for infants and toddlers (birth to three) are now being offered each month, provided by tiny-K Early Intervention of Douglas County. Find out more about how your child is moving, communicating, playing, and more! 

    For more information, contact tiny-K at 785-330-2323.