• Our Vision

    Posted by Jackie Nierman on 7/11/2019

    Wright City R-II School District Early Childhood Center is committed to providing a positive classroom culture and environment for our students that promotes and teaches students social and thinking skills.  One of the best ways to teach these skills to preschool children is through play. At the Wright City R-II Early Childhood Center, our students will play, learn, and grow together!

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  • Welcome to Wright City Early Childhood

    Posted by Kelly Brooks on 7/11/2019

    I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your child to the Wright City Early Childhood Center in Wright City.  Thank you for allowing us to share with you in the growth and development of your child and for your willingness to have your child participate in our programs. Your child is the center of the teaching and learning process.  Our goal is to cultivate a safe, nurturing, well-supervised, and caring environment that will enable children to grow socially and developmentally. Families play a vital role in this process. We will team up together with families to address children’s individual patterns of growth and development.  We have a committed staff of teachers who have excellent experience and education in child development. Our teachers encourage children to participate in a variety of challenging learning experiences and strive to engage them in interesting, age-appropriate activities, both individually, and in small groups.  At Wright City Early Childhood, we are committed to preparing children for kindergarten in an environment that supports their love of learning.  


    We are excited about the coming year and are confident that both you and your child will find the experience both enjoyable and beneficial. Please call if you have any questions or concerns or if there is any other way we can be of assistance. 


    Thank you for your support!


    Kelly Brooks

    Early Childhood Principal/Director of Special Education

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