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Studebaker Preschool

Preschool Information

Last Updated: 1/26/2021 6:19 PM

Huber Heights City Schools Integrated Preschool Program

Huber Heights City Schools Integrated Preschool Program provides early intervention opportunities for children ages 3-5.  Each classroom consists of up to sixteen students. Of the sixteen students, eight students are typical and eight have a disability. The full spectrum of disabilities is serviced. 

Each classroom is staffed with a certified teacher and a paraprofessional. All classrooms are located in the Studebaker Central Office building. Students attend four days per week (Monday through Thursday) for 2 1/2 hours per day. 

AM Session

PM Session

9:20 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

1:20 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.


Transportation is provided for all preschoolers with a disability. At the preschool level students will be picked up at their front door, with a few exceptions. All preschool buses are equipped with car seats, seat belts, and harnesses. A bus driver and an aide are on all preschool buses.

A weekly schedule consists of a language experience group, circle (music & movement), activity centers, choice time, table work & fine motor activity, gross motor group, library, and snack time. A snack is provided by the school district.

Creative Curriculum is the adopted preschool curriculum used to support the Early Learning Content Standards from the Ohio Department of Education. Preschool students receive report cards twice a year and individual progress reports every 9 weeks.

Pictures are offered twice a year. Mobile dentists are offered twice a year.

Various professionals working with the preschool program include occupational, physical, and speech therapists, parent mentor, clinic assistant, nurse, orientation & mobility specialist, and school psychologist.

All students will have an annual registration fee of $50.

Students do receive an educational evaluation prior to placement and the provision of related services.

For general questions, students transferring from another school district or for typical students, call 937-237-6300 ext. 5.

If you suspect your child may have a disability or delay, contact the administrative assistant or the school psychologist at ext. 5 or extension 82084. You will receive information and a permission packet to begin the screening process.