The Williamsburg-James City County school division provides school-based preschool services for children from two through five years of age. The Bright Beginnings program is a collaborative model serving children at risk and children with identified disabilities or delays. This intensive early intervention effort focuses on parent involvement and a comprehensive approach to serving young children and their families. Preschool classrooms are located at the following elementary schools: D.J. Montague, Laurel Lane, J. Blaine Blayton, Norge, and Clara Byrd Baker.
Looking for Enrollment Information?
Please contact our Central Point of Entry Office at (757) 565-9363 for enrollment information. If you are interested in the Bright Beginnings program for your child, please complete the Bright Beginnings Intake Form and someone will respond within 3 business days. If you have any questions you can email us at Brightbeginnings@wjccschools.org.
Child Find ensures Williamsburg-James City County children, ages 2-21, inclusive, who are suspected of or identified as having a disability and in need of special education and related services are identified, evaluated and provided with a free and appropriate public education.
Children with suspected delays in communication, motor skills, vision, hearing, cognitive development, social-emotional and behavioral skills should call the Central Point of Entry for the WJCC Bright Beginnings program at (757) 565-9363.