It's one of the early formal choices that parents make that involves education and separation from a child for regular, extended periods of time: Preschool.
This is our second week of the Readers' Choice contest, and it's a wholly different category from last week's "." We understand that practical considerations of availability, money and location figure largely into decisions about which preschool parents choose for their children.
Since so much careful research—in person, online and through word of mouth—goes into the preschool decision, we want to poll our Norwalk Patch parents not just on what they feel is the best preschool for their child, but also why.
Below is a list of preschools we have registered in our continuously updated Norwalk Patch Places directory. Click on any of them to get to a page dedicated to that preschool and to rate and review it.
Please also which preschools are missing from the list and why they're the best—we'll add them to the poll and create a new Patch Places listing for them. If you're a preschool operator who doesn't see your listing on Westport Patch, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you want to (or even !)
Here's our starter list:
- A Child's Place
- Temple Israel Early Childhood Center
- Learning Community Day School
- Earthplace Nursery School
- The Children's Community Development Center
- Old Hill Children's Day School
Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. Friday. We will announce the winner at 12 p.m. Friday.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to include: A Child's Place, Temple Israel Early Childhood Center, Learning Community Day School, Old Hill Children's Day School and Earthplace Nursery School.