Register for preschool: Enroll a Child in Pre-K
Enroll a Child in Pre-K
Georgia’s Pre-K is a free, state-funded program for four-year-olds.
The Georgia Pre-K Program provides a 6.5-hour instructional day, 5 days a week, 180 days a year at no cost to families. You must apply to be considered for a spot in a Pre-K program.
Each Pre-K provider sets its own application processes, registration deadlines, and selection criteria. Some may include lotteries, wait lists, and other processes to accept students. Contact the provider directly to learn more.
Pre-K is voluntary, not compulsory.
How Do I …
Enroll My Child in Pre-K?
Make Sure Your Child is Eligible
To be eligible for the state’s Pre-K program, your child must be a resident of Georgia and at least 4 years of age on Sept. 1 of the school year.
Gather What You’ll Need
- Proof of eligibility, such as age and residency. Read more about Pre-K eligibility requirements.
- Acceptable proof of age includes a birth certificate, passport, hospital record of live birth, legal document, or an official document from another country.
- Acceptable proof of residency includes a current lease, property tax notice, homeowner’s insurance bill, mortgage statement, current vehicle registration form, any utility bill listing your residence as the service address, a letter from a shelter, or a letter from your employer, if your employer provides housing.
- A completed Pre-K program application. Many Pre-K programs accept applications online. If you need to print out application forms, download them from the DECAL website.
- If your application is selected, you will need to provide additional information to formalize your child’s enrollment. This includes hearing, vision, dental, and nutrition examination certificates as well as immunization records. These completed forms can be provided by a county public health department and your healthcare provider. If you need to print out these forms, download them from the DECAL website.
- Proof of eligibility, such as age and residency. Read more about Pre-K eligibility requirements.
Find a Pre-K Program
Find a Pre-K program using the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning’s search tool. Pre-K programs are offered by local school systems and child care learning centers.
Local school systems
- Require you to be a resident of the school system’s district
- Generally accept registration applications between January and mid-March
- May limit how many schools your child may be considered for when you apply to the system’s Pre-K program
Child care learning centers
- Are not part of the local school system
- Have no state limit to how many centers you can apply to
- May offer programs besides the state-funded Georgia Pre-K Program, so make sure you’re applying to the no-cost program
- Do not have county residency requirements
- Generally accept registration applications around the same time as the local school system
- Local school systems
Apply for Pre-K
Each provider has a different application process. Contact the local school system or the child care learning center for application instructions.
You must complete and submit one application per child by the deadline.
Applying does not guarantee admittance into a Pre-K program.
If your application is selected, you will receive notification from the local school system or child care learning center by email, phone, or mail. Please follow the program’s instructions to confirm your registration.
If your application is not selected, it will be placed on a waiting list. You do not have to reapply to move off the waiting list; if another child drops out of the class, your application may be offered a spot.
Once your application is selected, you will need to complete the enrollment process as instructed by the local school system or child care learning center. If you miss the deadline, your spot will be forfeited.
Preschool Enrollment | Dayton Public Schools
Dayton Public Schools offers diverse options for early childhood education. DPS Early Childhood Education programs provide services for children from 3.5-to-5 years old. As a district, the goal is to consolidate the efforts of all preschool programs by establishing a common vision for meeting the needs of a diverse preschool population. You must be a resident of the Dayton Public Schools district to take advantage of these wonderful programs.
HOW DO I ENROLL MY CHILD IN A DPS PRESCHOOL PROGRAM?
Enrollment at Dayton Public Schools is open for students in Preschool through grade 12. The registration process is much the same for all, but there are some added forms that preschool parents/guardians must fill out for their children.
Begin the process here or call the Student Enrollment Center for assistance at (937) 542-5555.
NOTE: Priority placements are given to 4-year-old students and 5-year-olds who are not ready for kindergarten.
FORMS NEEDED FOR PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION:
- Medical form (dated within last 12 months)
- Dental Form (dated within last 12 months)
- Preschool health history form
PRESCHOOL SELECTION PROCESS
After a registration form is submitted, parents will receive an enrollment letter them of their child’s placement in either a Title I Early Childhood Education (ECE) or Early Childhood Inclusive Preschool (ECIP) program.
(Note: Students with IEPs do not have to go through the selection process. Contact the ECIP Office directly at 542-3308.)
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECE) TITLE I
- The program serves children who are 4 years old on or before Sept. 30, or 5-year-olds who are not yet ready for kindergarten.
- There is no cost to the family.
- Families of all income levels are eligible to apply.
- Transportation is NOT provided.
- Children attend the school in their neighborhood.
- The program operates a full day program, four days a week (M-Th)
- Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided daily.
EARLY CHILDHOOD INCLUSIVE PRESCHOOL (ECIP)
- Integrates the Creative Curriculum to meet the early learning standards
- Full day, part-day, and integrated classes in several of our elementary schools, Monday â€“ Thursday
- Itinerant teacher services (home-based or school-based)
- Three (3) or four (4) years old, some five (5) year olds may be eligible; multi-age setting
- Typical children must be age 3 on or before March 31.
- Class size of 6-16 students
- Accept children with special needs as well as typical children
- No cost to families
- Transportation provided for those with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs)
- Montessori focus and curriculum
- Full-day sessions, Monday – Thursday
- Three-year-olds must be age 3 on or before March 31.
- Three-and-a-half-year-olds must be age 3.5 on or before Sep. 30. Five-year-olds must be age 5 after September 30.
- Classes are made up of 3- and 4-year-old preschool students and 5-year-old kindergarten students
- Families of all income levels
- Focus for children who will continue in the Montessori setting
EARLY CHILDHOOD MISSION
The mission of the Early Childhood Programs is to work together for the highest student achievement by creating and improving our environments to provide developmentally appropriate practices and standards.
ENROLL IN A PRESCHOOL INSTITUTION | reutovobr
During the period of understaffing (from September 1 to March 1) or recruitment (as of April 1), parents can track the decision of the city commission for the recruitment of educational organizations implementing the preschool education program (hereinafter referred to as the commission) through the child’s personal account formed on the uslugi official website .mosreg.ru. It monitors the child’s status from the 1st to the 5th day of the month that falls into the understaffing/staffing periods. If the application is approved, then the status “Registered” changes to the status “Distributed”. At the same time, a notification from the preschool educational organization where the child is assigned is sent to the applicant’s personal e-mail at the same time.
If the status has not changed and the priority remains, then the application is not satisfied and will be considered next month.
We remind you that you can bring an application (if there are any changes and additions to the initial application) for consideration at the next commission until the 20th. All applications brought after the 20th are considered at the next commission. All applications are brought on reception days: Monday, Wednesday, from 10.00-18.00, lunch: 13.00-14.00, at the address:
Reutov, Kirova st., 5, ground floor, room 13.
For all questions, you can call 8(495)528-01-07.
You can contact the Head of the Department of Preschool and Correctional Education with a question, having previously made an appointment for a personal appointment at the above phone number. Reception is held on 1-3 Wednesdays of the month from 14.00-17.00.
Preschool education hotline
at the Regional Management Center
+7 (498) 602-11-23 (ext. 4-38-63)
In accordance with the new administrative regulations, you can only put your child on the queue for kindergarten and track the queue only through the portal
to enter your personal account). Then go to the following link: https://uslugi. mosreg.ru/#services/info?id=6737@egService
Who is entitled to a priority placement in kindergarten?
Frequently Asked Questions
Decree of the Administration of the city district of Reutov No. 23-PA dated January 27, 2023 “On Amendments to the Resolution of the Administration of the City District of Reutov No. 144-PA dated April 29, 2022” On approval of a new version of the Administrative Regulations for the provision of municipal services “Acceptance of applications , registration and referral of children to educational organizations that implement the educational program of preschool education, located on the territory of the city district of Reutov, Moscow Region”
Decree No. 9-PA dated 01/18/2023 “On assigning municipal educational organizations
implementing the educational program of preschool education to the territories of the Reutov city district” regulations provision of the municipal service “Acceptance of applications, registration and referral of children to educational organizations implementing the educational program of preschool education located on the territory of the city district of Reutov, Moscow Region”
On measures to provide residents of the city district with public preschool education
List and content of administrative actions that make up administrative procedures for registration through the RPGU EPGU (DRAFT)
List of categories of citizens who have benefits for placement in preschool organizations
Order No. 212-OD dated 12/30/2020 “On Amendments to the Procedure for Admission to Preschool Educational Programs in Municipal Preschool Educational Organizations of the Reutov City District”
Order No. 108/1-OD dated 08/17/2020 “On approval of the Procedure for admission to study in educational programs of preschool education in municipal preschool educational organizations of the city district of Reutov”
Applications for placement in kindergartens in Krasnodar will begin to be accepted from April 15: : Krd.ru
April 11, 2022
Applications for placement in kindergartens in Krasnodar will be accepted from April 15
Parents and legal representatives will be able to apply for admission of a child to a preschool from April 15 to July 15. In 2022, the kindergartens of the regional center plan to accept 23,726 pupils.
– Applications are accepted annually from April 15 to July 15 at the branches of the MFC or online using the regional portal of state and municipal services. Kindergartens in Krasnodar will staff commissions under the administrations of intracity districts from May 15 to August 31, inclusive, – said Alexei Nekrasov, director of the education department.
To place a child in a kindergarten, it is necessary to present a document proving the identity of the parent or legal representative. Also, if desired, you can present a birth certificate of the child and a certificate of his registration at the place of residence or stay.
The following documents are considered as needed:
a document confirming the establishment of guardianship;
document of the psychological-medical-pedagogical commission;
a document confirming the need for training in a health-improving group;
a document confirming the rights to special measures to support certain categories of citizens and their families;
when transferring a child from one kindergarten to another – a copy of the notification certified by the head of the former preschool institution.