Pearl Buck Preschool & Family Supports

All children need a safe, nurturing and enriched learning environment to support their potential and prepare for school readiness. The Pearl Buck Preschool program is a strengths-based, trauma-informed program, designed for families, mutually driven by parents with cognitive limitations.
This institution is an equal opportunity employer.

Preschool Curriculum

Most children whose parents have cognitive limitations are born without disabilities. However, their parents/caregivers often lack resources to provide safe and nurturing early learning experiences that children need to thrive. Pearl Buck Preschool nurtures each child’s development, while empowering parents to meet their family’s needs.

Pearl Buck Preschool offers a tuition-free, wraparound program includes:

Preschool Classroom Curriculum

Family Supports

Immunization Information

Center Policies & Updates

Nondiscrimination Statements Language Assistance, Auxiliary Aids and Accommodations

    English
    Spanish

Language Assistance, Auxiliary Aids and Accomodations

Free language assistance, auxiliary aids, and/or accommodations are available upon request. Please contact (971) 208-0490 or email ode.cnp@ode.oregon.gov

Join Pearl Buck Preschool and Family Supports

Contact us to join the Preschool and Family Supports program or to learn more.

We need you. Your gift does so much.

Our preschool consistently operates at full enrollment and there are many eligible families on our wait list. Unfortunately, we have the financial capacity to use only three of our six classrooms. Learn more about different ways to give to this program below.

I can call Pearl Buck Preschool and say I need help with anything. I needed help with a car seat and we got that. I needed help with my son’s behavior problems and they gave me suggestions on how to help him.

- Parent
Thank you to our community partners

We appreciate our partners who help us change the lives of children and families for the better. Home visiting to enrolled families is supported by a grant from the Human Services Commission, City of Eugene, City of Springfield, and Lane County.

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