Early Learning

By 2025, All Skagit Children Entering Kindergarten are Ready to Learn.

Make a Stand for Early Learning in Our Community

There is a lot of information coming to light in the field of Early Learning, from the long term effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences to the advancements in brain development science. There is a plethora of information on how to enrich the educational opportunities of the family as well as cut the remediation cost to society by making a stand for Early Learning in our community.

Bold Steps Video


Skagit Children Ready for Kindergarten

No. of Skagit Children Under the Age of 5

Lyndie Case

Early Learning Coordinator
Children’s Council of Skagit County

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Early Learning Highlights

Why Aren’t Kids Ready for Kindergarten?

United Way of Skagit County’s bold goal is by 2025, all Skagit children entering kindergarten are ready to learn. According to the 2018 State of Children and Families Report by Northwest Early Learning, only 36% of students entering kindergarten in Skagit County have...

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Born Learning Trails

Skagit Reign (Leadership Skagit) is partnering with United Way of Skagit County to build two Born Learning Trails: One at Hillcrest Park in Mount Vernon and the other at Storvik Park in Anacortes. Born Learning Trails use research-based content to create...

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For Parents – Vroom App

Vroom turns shared moments into brain building moments. Whether it’s mealtime, bathtime, or anytime in between, there are always ways to nurture our children's growing minds. Check Out...

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