Work Family Connection is a Before and After School Enrichment Program at LDW. Contact Information for WFC is PO Box 1155 Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889, 908-534-5935 or click the link above for the website.


    The Alexandria Township School district is once again proud to offer an integrated preschool program at Lester D. Wilson Elementary School. We have two programs; 3 year old, 4 year old program.  All programs are designed to incorporate students with special needs and typically developing preschoolers together in a nurturing, language enriched environment. Research has shown that all students benefit from this type of program.

    All integrated preschool classes provide a highly structured routine with a focus on language development and literacy, social skills, play, pre-readiness academic skills and fine/gross motor development.  Participating children are active learners in a fun, stimulating and warm environment.

    Preschool hours:  8:30am-2:50pm

    Preschool follows the Alexandria Township School Calendar.

    Tuition:  Contact the Business Office 908-996-6811                

    Activities included in the Preschool Program are:

    ·        small group or center time

    ·        circle movements or motor time

    ·        sensory activities

    ·        Physical Education

    ·        Music

    ·        Art

    ·        Computers

    ·        indoor and outdoor play

    ·        snack, lunch, and rest time

    Enrollment at the Alexandria Township School District is open to children who are 3 and 4 years old as of October 15, 2022.  Class size is limited to approximately 15 students per class. If you are interested in the program, please go to the website and fill out the Preschool Lottery Interest Form. The form will close on February 18, 2023 and the lottery drawing will be held on February 23, 2023.

    Students will not be permitted to start school without all the proper documentation. 

    Our Early Intervention Program helps students gain the necessary skills needed for academic success in reading and mathematics. Students receive supplemental instruction for thirty minutes each day. The instruction is delivered in a small group setting, using multi-sensory techniques to reinforce and extend the kindergarten classroom lessons.