3-5 Year Old Developmental Screenings

Appleton Area School District’s Birth–Five Outreach and the Outagamie and Winnebago County’s Early Intervention (Birth to 3) Program have come together to offer free monthly developmental screenings for children between the ages of Birth-five prior to Kindergarten. Children age 0-3 must live in Outagamie or Winnebago County.  Children ages 3-5 must live in the Appleton Area School District. Parents/guardians do not need to have concerns to schedule a screening.

The purpose of the developmental screening is to check on the child's overall development and to determine if the child may need further testing or services prior to kindergarten. The district offers many programs and services for children who may need support before kindergarten to achieve school success. All families receive information on school and community resources during the screening.

The developmental screening looks at all areas of child development including:
How your child talks, thinks, listens
How your child uses their hands
How your child moves

The developmental screening is designed to:
Educate families about typical child development and growth
Develop/Expand awareness of available community resources
Identify young children in need of further assessment

Screening appointments will be available starting mid-August 2022. Screenings are held at the Community Early Learning Center, 313 S. State Street.

Birth-Five Outreach
Outagamie and Winnebago County’s Early Intervention (Birth to 3)

If you have any additional questions please contact:

Tanya Armstrong
3-5 Developmental Screening Coordinator