Early Childhood Screening


Early Childhood Screening

Due to COVID-19, Early Childhood Screenings are currently being conducted using a distance learning model. For more information, please contact Jenna at 952-928-6774 or reynolds.jenna@slpschools.org.

Early Childhood Screening

This is a free service required for entrance into Minnesota’s public schools it can be done as early as 3 years old but must be done within 30 days of enrollment into kindergarten.
  • Screening includes a vision, hearing, and developmental assessment, as well as a opportunity to discuss any family circumstance that you feel may affect your child’s learning readiness. 
  • The screening will help identify any area your child may benefit from early childhood services before they enter school, and connect families with appropriate resources and programs.
  • Screenings are conducted at Central Clinic (enter from 35th St. & Wooddale Ave., entrance #7 – Central Clinic).
* Appointments are required.

Please Note:  Entrance to Central Clinic is in the back of the building on the 35th Street side of Central Community Center.  Please enter at door #7.     

*For your child to have the best experience please make childcare arrangements for siblings.

Parent Consent Child Health & Development ScreeningClick here

Child Health and Developmental HistoryClick here

Immunization Record (Immunizations are not kept from year to year) – Click Here

Note: State law requires immunizations upon enrolling in the ECFE and Early Learning programs.   Parents may get a legal exemption from the law for medical reasons or conscientiously held beliefs. Call your doctor, clinic, or health plan for information.