NC Pre-Kindergarten in Alamance County
What is NC Pre-Kindergarten (NC Pre-K)?
NC Pre-Kindergarten is a fun and exciting learning opportunity for children. They develop many skills which make the transition to kindergarten easier. NC Pre-Kindergarten classrooms in our community operate at least six hours a day Monday through Friday from late August-June. Year-round school sites begin in July. NC Pre-kindergarten classes are located in the Alamance Burlington School System, Head Start, and private child care centers. The program is free to qualifying families, except for minimal lunch fees when families do not qualify for free/reduced priced meals. Funding for Pre-Kindergarten classes comes from Title I, Head Start, NC Pre-K, and Exceptional Children. Each funding source has different eligibility criteria. By submitting an application you will be considered for all possible placements.
Should I apply?
If one or more of the following guidelines is true for you or your child, you may qualify for NC Pre-Kindergarten services:
Child must turn four years of age on or before August 31, 2020, to be considered for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year;
NC Pre-K services are provided at no cost to families and can be found in public schools, Head Start, and private child care classrooms. To apply, the child must be four years old on or before August 31, 2020. If you are interested in an application, you can click on the link above or call Kristie Coffer, NC Pre-K Coordinator at 513-0063 ext 105.
You must provide the following documents. Although several factors may determine your child’s eligibility for services, applications are also processed on a first come first served basis. It is important to provide all of these documents with your application as soon as possible.
NC Pre-K Applications