We go beyond expectations

Pre-K at Brooklyn Center Elementary Steam School

Will your child be four years old on or before Sept. 1? Register them today for pre-K this fall 2021.

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Centered on STEAM

Centered on STEAM

When we partner together, we can find success for each child in our community, during and beyond their time at Brooklyn Center Elementary. We’re excited to work with your whole family as your child embarks on their learning journey.

Every student in our district receives STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) education through a magnet-school model. Learn more here.

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Pre-k

Jump-start education through full-day pre-K

Our robust pre-K program engages the youngest learners through play, song and fun to build literacy and create a strong bridge to kindergarten. At Brooklyn Center Elementary, we offer a full-day pre-K program with transportation available for in-district and magnet students.

CURRICULUM

Growing healthy kids.

In our pre-K programs — either full-day or half-day — students spend time working on social and emotional learning while developing skills, including:

Name writing
Letter Identification
Letter Sounds
Picture Naming
Rhyming
Alliteration
Concepts About Print (CAP) skills
and so much more!

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In Motion

Free to move.

Active learning time gives students the opportunity to practice being a good friend and sharing in a safe, teacher-guided environment.

Students participate in the morning meeting, guided reading, small group literacy workshops, lunch, recess, rest time, and active learning every day.

Enrollment info

Need more information? Head to our contact page and reach out to our enrollment team today.

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Anti-racism in Brooklyn Center

Diverse. Inclusive. Courageous.

In Brooklyn Center, we advocate for social, economic and political change to meet the needs of our beautifully eclectic community. And we know that diversity must lead to inclusion if we want to make meaningful progress. So, instead of avoiding discomfort, we work to reject our biases — big or small — by confronting them with ferocity and compassion.