Open House - Wednesday, September 9 all classes (all schools) from 10-11 a.m. except for the 3 day p.m. class at Moreau Hall will be held from 1-2 p.m.
First day of Preschool - Thursday, September 10

Still interested in the EPS Preschool for the 2015-16 School Year?  Applications are still available for the 3 day pm class at Moreau Hall. You can download the application from this page or pick one up at either Parkview, Center, or Moreau Hall Schools.  All applications need to be returned to Erica Sade at Parkview School. Please click on the link below to download the application.


This site is designed for parents who have enrolled, or are considering enrolling, their child in the Easton Public Schools' Preschool (formerly known as Project Early). The links along the left margin make this site easy to navigate and are intended to provide parents with all the information they need relevant to the preschool. Please feel free to email Erica Sade, coordinator/teacher of the EPS Preschool, at with any questions. If your child is receiving special services within our preschool, you may direct your questions regarding these services to Dr. Teresa Davenport at You can also email Christopher Getchell, Principal of Parkview Elementary, Ann Weintrob, Principal of Center School, or Tom Higgins, Principal of Moreau Hall with any questions about the preschool at,, or A complete list of all preschool faculty, and their contact information, is provided under the link, "Preschool Staff Directory".
For the 2015-16 school year, the Easton Public Schools Preschool will have classrooms at Parkview, Center, and Moreau Hall schools and provide our students with highly qualified teachers and specialists working collaboratively in classrooms preparing our students for success in kindergarten. We will be offering a 5 day, FULL DAY preschool option (8:30-1:30), a sub-separate classroom for children in need of more intensive servicing, 3-four day/half day sessions, (8:30-11:00) and 1-three day/half day sessions (12:15-2:45). With more sections of classes, our preschool program we will be able to include more students, meet the needs of more families and increase the numbers of community peers (students not receiving special education services) in each class. Each class will have no more than 16 students, along with a licensed teacher and paraprofessional support. The preschool also includes its own speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and physical therapist and behavior specialist who can work with all students.

Please refer to the Hours and Sections to find out more information on the different classes, location, and hours for the 2015-16 school year.  Please refer to the tuition  fees section for the cost.