Lincoln Early Care and Education Center

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Center Hours: 9:00AM – 2:30PM
Center Phone: 360–313–2336

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About Lincoln

Lincoln Early Care and Education Center provides full day ECEAP preschool for children 3-5 years old. Children are accepted into ECEAP based on their age, family income, and other developmental or environmental risk factors. Read more about the ECEAP program.

For enrollment or eligibility information, please call 360-952-3466 or email ece.enroll@esd112.org 

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The early years are the most extraordinary period of growth and development in a child’s lifetime. Our ECE centers develop and nurture the relationship between early learning and K-12 so that all schools are ready for children and all children are ready for school. Our programs are strengthened through well-trained and dedicated professionals who provide individualized care based on each child’s needs.

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Location:

Lincoln Elementary School
4200 NW Daniels
Vancouver, WA 98660

ECEAP Program

The ECEAP Program

ECEAP includes preschool education, health services coordination, and family support services. Children who participate in the program learn to manage their feelings, get along with others and follow classroom routines. They build the beginning skills for reading, math and science. The program works closely with parents to support their children’s health and education and to meet family goals. ECEAP also helps families access medical and dental care and social services.

The program includes:

  • Preschool instruction [September – May]
  • Developmental screenings and referrals
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Health and dental screenings
  • Home Visits
  • Parent Leadership Opportunities
  • Family Events
  • Kindergarten Readiness Activities
  • Transportation provided in some service areas

Children are accepted into ECEAP based on their age, family income, and other developmental or environmental risk factors.

Serving the Following School Districts

  • Battle Ground Public Schools
  • Evergreen Public Schools
  • Hockinson School District
  • Vancouver Public Schools
  • Washougal School District<
  • Woodland School District

Enrollment

For questions about availability please contact our Enrollment Team (ERSEA Team) at 360-952-3466 or ece.enroll@esd112.org.

Register online if the center of your choice has openings and you are ready to submit a registration request. Our ERSEA Team will review your submission and either request additional information or approve your request and send a contract for your signature. The contract will identify the start date and daily rate for care.

As of August 2020 Washington State does require up to date Certificate of Immunizations records or Certificates of Exception to participate in our Early Care and Education programs. Please call our ERSEA Team if you have questions about this process or need information about Immunization Clinics happening in your area.

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Certificate of Immunization Exemption

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Email: ECE Child Care Centers

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Now enrolling eligible families for infant and toddler child care in Clark County. Call us at 360-952-3466 to see if your family qualifies for Early ECEAP or Early Head Start child care!

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