Pre-K Enrollment Deadline Looming
Opening First-Come, First-Served
City Council Member Eric A. Ulrich is reminding constituents that the deadline to enroll four year old children in Universal Pre-Kindergarten programs is Friday, Oct. 29.
New York City provides free universal Pre-Kindergarten for children who turn four years of age by Dec. 31. Seats are still available for Pre- Kindergarten programs at public schools and contracted early childhood community-based organizations.
To find programs in your area that still have open seats, check nyc.gov/schools/prek or call (718) 935-2009. Openings are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Ulrich said, “These programs offer an important head start for our children and also help parents provide a safe learning environment during the work week. I encourage my constituents to take advantage of this free initiative while seats still available.”
To register bring your child and the following required documentation to the program for registration: proof of birth (birth certificate or passport), verifiable proof of residency (two documents) and immunization records.
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