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intention of the Preschool for All Grant is to ensure that all
The Unity Point Pre-k program provides a classroom schedule with four full-day classrooms in session from
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Early morning care beginning at 7:00 a.m. and after school care from 2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. is available through the Kidz Klub program at an additional fee. Free breakfast, lunch and snack is offered to all children in the program.
Parents will be expected to receive one home visit before school begins. At this home visit, teachers will discuss your child’s needs, read books together and answer any questions you might have concerning our program. Parents are also expected to participate in parent teacher conferences twice during the school year.
The district does not provide transportation for Pre-k students, therefore it is the parents responsibility to provide transportation to and from Unity Point School. Parents are encouraged to become involved in the program, as classroom volunteers, attending school activities and joining us on monthly field trips.
be eligible for the program, children must be 3 to 5
years old and live in the
All children enrolled in the program will be required to have a copy of their birth certificate, immunization record, and a physical that has been completed within the past year before they can begin the program. A doctor’s appointment card will be accepted if the physical cannot be completed prior to attending class.
A hearing, vision, and dental screening will be available during regular Pre-Kindergarten screening days.
Any further questions please call:
(618) 529-4151 ext. 212
Family Circle Coordinator
Pre-K Parent Educator