By Katherine Toro Guerrero & Cecilia Gaytan Avila, Family Support PreK Being an advocate means knowing how to ensure that your child gets the help he or she needs to be successful. For children who experience learning difficulties, it’s never too early to start looking for ways to help them
When, where and how to Apply! NC Pre-Kindergarten (NC Pre-K) is the state-funded, part-day preschool program designed to provide at-risk four-year-old children with a quality early childhood education. Download a PDF with information on how to apply for NC Pre-K in your county. Information includes registration dates for the 2023-2024 school
Most preschools begin accepting applications for the next year’s classes by December and January. If your family is looking for a part-day preschool that can later transition your child(ren) to a full-day schedule, Child Care Referral Central can help!
Pre-K helps children begin to associate more with their peers, and it focuses some on academic topics, but more on helping children learn how to relate to one another, how to follow a daily schedule, how to perform self-help tasks such as tying on shoes, putting on jackets and sweaters, handwashing and other things that children will need to be able to do in kindergarten.