Pre-K Registration

     Pre-K logo for Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education

FIRST CLASS PRE-K
Alabama’s Voluntary Pre-K Program
PRE-REGISTRATION

Alabama’s nationally recognized First Class Pre-K
is preparing for another exciting school year!

  • Accepting online pre-registration applications for 2019-2020 school year (for assistance with accessing online application contact local school/program)
  • Enrollment open to all children four years of age on or before 9/1/19 who are residents of the state of Alabama (children who are eligible for kindergarten are ineligible)
  • Enrollees must provide a copy of the child’s birth certificate (may be uploaded into the online pre-registration site or submitted directly to the local school/program)
  • Enrollees must provide proof of residence – either a current utility bill or copy of a lease or mortgage (may be uploaded into the online pre-registration site or submitted directly to the local school/program)
  • Public school system pre-k programs may have zoning requirements that determine eligibility to attend a program at a particular school (contact school for information)
  • No Registration Fee for this program
  • Upon enrollment, child’s immunization record must be provided
  • No child will be denied participation on basis of income, sex, race, color, national origin, or disability

 

 

Pre-Registration Dates

 

January 15 – March 22, 2019

 

Forms

Go online to https://alprek.asapconnected.com.

Complete the Pre-Registration Form and submit

birth certificate and proof of residence.

 

More Information

Visit www.children.alabama.gov and see Pre-Registration Info under First Class Pre-K.

If you have any questions about Dallas County School Pre-K,
please contact Tanya S. Miles.
334-876-4468

 

Acceptance to the Program

Acceptance is strictly through random drawing to be held 

on April 4, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at Dallas County Learning

Resource Center. Parent/Guardian does not have to be

present at drawing. Notices will be emailed beginning April 16th.

 

*An opinion of the Attorney General states in effect that under the common law one's age is computed by including the day of birth so that a given age is attained the day before the birthday anniversary. ~Ala. Code § 16-28-4(1975) interpretaion based on Report of Attorney General of Alabama October-December 1963, Volume 113, page 20.





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