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Early Childhood Education

Description The Child Care program is designed to train students in the field of Early Childhood Education. Topics covered in the course will include development of a child from birth to age 5; creating a safe and healthy environment; . . . read more

PreSchool Children Learn About Giving Thanks

The Early Childhood pre-schoolers learned all about giving thanks this week. read more

Pre-School Registration Now Open for Fall 2016

Wilco Area Career Center's Pre-school registration is open for the fall of 2016. Afternoon classes have openings. Classes are Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 12:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. For more information call (815) 838-6941 and ask for . . . read more

First Day for Pre-Schoolers

The pre-school students started their new year at the Wilco Early Childhood preschool. The classroom was refurbished this summer with new carpeting, new paint and a new supply room. All the students transitioned well with only a few tears. . . . read more


 There was a holiday door decorating contest at Wilco this week before the holiday break. The winning doors were: 1st Session - Early Childhood's Grinch Door, 2nd Session - Early Childhood's Fireplace Door, and 3rd Session - Game . . . read more

Early Childhood Student Golden Apple Scholar

Congratulations to Jamal Bruce for being selected to the 2014 Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois program! The program indentifies and prepares a select group of high school graduates for successful teaching careers in high-need schools . . . read more

Collecting Pajamas for Books!

The Early Childhood class and preschool children participated in The Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive sponsored by Scholastic Reading Club.  For every new pair of pajamas donated, Scholastic will match with a new book.  We were . . . read more

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Wilco Area Career Center 500 Wilco Blvd Romeoville, IL  60446


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