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Pre-Kindergarten Registration

Last Updated on Jan 18, 2017 at 10:48am | Route 40 Elementary School

Beginning February 1, 2017, Garrett County Public Schools will be accepting applications for its 2017-18 Pre-Kindergarten Program. To be eligible for this program, a child must have been born between September 2, 2012 and September 1, 2013.  Applicants are to register at the school within their district.
Garrett County Public Schools that offer the Pre-Kindergarten program are:
     * Accident Elementary
     * Broad Ford Elementary
     * Crellin Elementary
     * Friendsville Elementary
     * Grantsville Elementary
     * Route Forty Elementary
     * Yough Glades Elementary
Interested persons must complete and submit the Pre-Kindergarten Notification of Interest Form and a Pre-Kindergarten Program Questionnaire. These forms can be obtained from the nearest elementary school, from the Elementary Education office in Oakland, online at Garrett County Public Schools website under Early Childhood/Elementary Department (paper form - available February 1), or online at TBA (electronic form - available February 1).
Completed applications, with the parent's signature, should be submitted to:
     Garrett County Public Schools
     Elementary Education Department
     40 S Second Street
     Oakland, MD 21550
Applications can also be faxed to: 301-334-7621.
The packet includes the Notification of Interest Form, a parent letter, eligibility criteria, and Pre-Kindergarten Program Questionnaire. These forms will need to be completed and returned as soon as possible to the Elementary Education Department.
Please note:
The Pre- Kindergarten Program is a needs-based program funded through the Maryland State Department of Education.  Enrollment is determined by the following criteria: 
     1. Those students who qualify for the free and/or reduced meals program;
     2. Those students who have a documented need and live within the school's attendance area;
     3. Those students who have no documented need but live within the school's attendance area;
     4. Those students who have a documented need but live outside the school’s attendance area; and
     5. Those students who have no documented need and live outside the school's attendance area.  
Those students in the third through fifth categories are admitted only if space is available.
Any question about this enrollment process should be directed to Ms. Penny Proudfoot, Director of Elementary Education, at 301-334-7644, or Ms. Robin Schroyer, Administrative Secretary, Elementary Education Department, at 301-334-8927.