NC Pre-K Program

NC Pre-Kindergarten is a readiness initiative that is proven to help four-year-olds gain the basic skills needed for success in elementary school. Children who are four years of age before August 31, 2020, are eligible to apply for the 2020-21 program, which is free to qualifying families. A high priority is placed on serving children who are “at-risk.” A child is considered to be “at-risk” if the child’s family is at or below 75% of the state median income level or if a disability has been identified.  Enrollment is also open to students who have limited English proficiency, developmental differences, chronic health conditions, or a parent who is active service personnel. NC Pre-K sites in Anson County include:

  • Anson Children’s Center

  • Central Center for Children and Families

  • Morven Head Start (located at Morven Elementary School)

  • Open Doors Center for Children.

Parents interested in applying for the 2020-21 NC Pre-K program can print the application from the link below or contact 704-694-4036 for more information.  Funding Source: NC Pre-Kindergarten Program

NC Pre-Kindergarten Application Checklist

  • Child’s Birth Certificate

  • Social Security Card

  • Immunization Records

  • Income Verification (two consecutive pay stubs.)

  • Proof of Residency (water bill, telephone bill, electric bill, etc.)

  • NC Pre-K Application

Parents interested in applying for the NC Pre-K program can print the application from the link below or contact 704-694-4036 for more information.  

 

Funding Source: NC Pre-Kindergarten Program