AROUND TOWN: 2021-22 Elmhurst Preschool Guide

Dated: October 21 2020

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While we are in a constant state of change with some schools open, others closed, and others remote, it's hard to look forward to the 2021-22 school year. Our local preschools continue to express an optimistic and positive plan for the future. Most of our area preschools typically begin to register students during November through February for the following fall. This year is no different. 

As usual, our 2021-22 Preschool Guide includes web addresses for schools and information about the ages preschools serve, class times available, and whether or not the schools require potty training. This year, we are also including information, if known, about how to gain access to the schools' COVID policies and whether or not each school is currently open for the 2020-21 school year. This information changes quickly, so please contact any preschool you're interested in to confirm the information provided. Some preschools were not reachable. 

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LW Reedy has been a part of Elmhurst since 1951. Your LW Reedy agents know Elmhurst. And we know these preschools. If you have any questions about our local preschools, please contact us any time. We are more than happy to help. 

And of course, if you're considering buying or selling a home in Elmhurst, give us a call. At LW Reedy, our commitment will move you. 

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