SVUSD Preschool at Town & Country

An opportunity like no other

If you're a parent, you want to give your child the best education possible. We here at Sierra Vista Unified School District have that same goal. That's why we started our SVUSD Preschool at Town & Country.

Our affordable, high-quality preschool program is designed to help your child prepare for kindergarten and beyond. Experienced, certified teachers and talented paraprofessionals guide children ages 3-5 in the development of their academic, social, motor, and other skills—all in a fun and safe learning environment.

We proudly participate in Child Find, a program that helps to ensure eligible infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children have access to early intervention or special education and related services. 

With this program, SVUSD offers preschool screenings at least once every 45 days. For more information or to schedule an appointment for a screening, please call (520) 515-2798.

Why is this type of early childhood education so important? Because it has the power to set up your son or daughter for future success in academics and throughout life. By the time a child starts kindergarten, 90 percent of his or her brain has already developed, according to First Things First, a voter-initiated organization that funds early education and health programs throughout Arizona. Our partnership with this program illustrates how committed we are to constantly improving the quality of care and education we provide our youngest students. We go beyond our state and federal regulatory requirements to make sure our learning environment encourages creativity, imaginative play, and positive brain development. Our teachers and paraprofessionals build positive, consistent relationships with our preschoolers and give them the individual attention they need.

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5 focused areas of growth

SVUSD's preschool program encourages development in several important skills:

  1. Communication

  2. Cognitive

  3. Motor

  4. Self-help

  5. Social and emotional

Updated Preschool Program

Register today for our Preschool Program

After extensive research, thorough evaluation of various options, legal consultations, peer reviews, and case studies, we would like to announce the new plan for our preschool!

Ages: 3 year old and 4 year old classes available

Days: 3 days per week: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

Times: 3 hours per day: 2 session options (parent choice, based on availability): 

  • Morning Session- 8:10-11:10 AM or 

  • Afternoon Session- 11:40-2:40 PM

Preschool Starts: Tuesday, August 6, 2024

Proposed Tuition: $270/month general education students*.

        Other tuition options are based on individual students' needs.

        *Tuition is pending Governing Board approval

To reserve your spot in this exciting new program, please complete our enrollment forms for the 2024-2025 school year. Spaces are limited, and we anticipate high interest, so be sure to secure your child's place soon!

Our commitment to providing essential Related Services to our preschool-aged children remains unchanged and will continue to be a priority. These services have not been and will not be altered.

Your Preschool Questions


Much More than Daycare


Sierra Vista Unified School District Preschool at Town & Country is much more than a daycare. In our preschool, your child will receive quality care and supervision in an environment carefully designed to inspire learning. 

Our preschool program follows the Arizona Early Learning Standards, which represents a framework of skills that young children need to experience in order to develop a foundation for higher levels of learning. Our assessment tool is Teaching Strategies GOLD, a comprehensive, research-based system that supports effective teaching and children's development and learning.

General education and special education students will work together in our preschool program to explore the world around them. Age-appropriate activities and learning opportunities will allow your child to have fun while building a level of comfort with formal education.