About this Program:
Children who will be turning 4 by December 1st are eligible to attend the Elmont UFSD Pre-K Program. The Pre-K Program is provided through state grant funding. The Pre-K Program is in session Monday through Friday for 2.5 hours each day. There is a morning as well as an afternoon session available in all six of the district schools. Children must be registered in the Elmont School District in order to attend the Pre-Kindergarten program.
Below please find the time schedules specific to each school.
|School||AM Session||PM Session|
|Alden Terrace School||8:20-10:50||11:50-2:20|
|Clara H. Carlson School||9:10-11:40||12:30-3:00|
|Covert Avenue School||9:15-11:45||12:45-3:15|
|Dutch Broadway School||8:45-11:15||12:15-2:45|
|Gotham Avenue School||8:20-10:50||11:50-2:20|
|Stewart Manor School||9:05-11:35||12:45-3:15|
In addition, a Universal Pre-K program in liaison with community child care centers is also made available to families of eligibility. This program is also provided through state grant funding. Please contact the Early Childhood Education Office for more information if you are interested, as availability is limited.
COMMITTEE ON PRESCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION
The Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) is committed to assisting youngsters who have suspected developmental delays. If your preschool child is not developing skills such as walking, talking or playing with other children, you may want to speak with your family doctor. The doctor may be able to assure you that all children develop at different rates and that your child is within the normal developmental scales. If, however, the doctor is concerned or you are still not comfortable with your child's progress, you may make a referral to the Committee on Preschool Special Education.