Upcoming Events

Tuesday 8/26 - 4K Parent and Child Meet and Greet Open House: AM class - 5:30-6:30, PM class - 6:30-7:30

Wednesday 8/27 - LCK Parent Orientation 6 - 8:30 pm

Tuesday 9/2 - 4K First Day of School

Wednesday 9/3 - 3K Parent Child Orientation 9-10:30 am for M/W class

Thursday 9/4 - 3K Orientation 9-10:30 am for T/Th class

Monday 9/8 - 3K First Day of School for M/W class

Tuesday 9/9 - first Day of School for T/Th class


Our 4K AM class is full but we still have spots available

in our 3K and 4K PM classes for Fall 2014

Enrollment Letter

3K Enrollment Form

4K Enrollment Form


$50 Referral Bonus!

Refer a family that enrolls into LCK Preschool, and you will receive $50 in cash!

Our best advertising is word of mouth advertising. 

LCK would like to reward you if you tell someone about us and they join our school. 

This referral will be paid after the referred student is enrolled in LCK and has paid tuition for at least three (3) months.  The person who was referred must give the name of the person who referred them at the time of registration.

Spread The Word!!

Please call the school at (262) 966-2033 ext. 101 for more information. 

Make sure you tell them to tell us who sent them!


North Lake Elementary School collaborates with LCK Preschool

to provide an enriching 4K program!

If your school district offers a 4K program,

you can open enroll into North Lake Elementary School during

Spring's open enrollment period to attend the next Fall.

Lake Country Kindergarten Preschool (LCK) is the oldest, non-profit, independent Cooperative preschool program that has been operating in the Lake Country area for nearly 50 years.

LCK offers 3K and 4K programs in small classes that are overseen by teachers degreed in early childhood education in a fun, loving environment.

LCK is a Cooperative program that is a partnership between parents, caregivers, and teachers which was created for the children they educate.

Parents are a child’s most important educators. As a Co-op, LCK values parent involvement by encouraging them to share their interests and talents in the classroom, participate on the Officers’ Board, join committees and sign up for Co-op jobs.

The teachers, parent members and a volunteer parent Officers’ Board work together to plan and make decisions for the Co-op.