Harford County Public Schools’ Learning Together Program Expands; 19 Slots Now Available





The Harford County Public Schools’ Early Intervention Program Learning Together is looking for typically-developing 3- and 4-year-old children to participate in a FREE, two- or three-half-day preschool program for the current school year.

The purpose of the Learning Together program is to have typically-developing children learning alongside preschool children with disabilities. The program promotes social, communication, literacy, and numeracy skill development for all children. A Maryland State Department of Education approved early childhood curriculum is taught by an early childhood special education teacher and supported by a paraprofessional. Each child’s development is facilitated in an environment where children of varying abilities learn and grow from shared experiences.

To be eligible for the program, the child must be 3 years old as of 9/1/16 and toilet trained. Parents/guardians must provide transportation for their child to and from the program.

Parents/guardians of 3- or 4-year-old children without disabilities may access the Learning Together application on the homepage of www.hcps.org under the Communications banner.

For more information or questions, parents/guardians may call the Harford County Public Schools’ Child Find Office at (410) 638–4386 or email [email protected].

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