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Pre-K Counts Enrollment Packet 2016-2017

 

The YMCA of Corry is proudly offering Pre-K Counts classes now thru 2018 school year.

 Classes are from 8:00 AM - 2:15 PM Monday through Fridays.

Pre-K Counts:  A Mother's Testimonial

The YMCA of Corry Pre-K Counts Program provides high quality pre-kindergarten education for 3 and 4 year olds who live in Corry Area at no cost to families.

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Eligibility

 PA Pre-K Counts is designed for children who are:

  •  3 to 5  years of age (two years prior to kindergarten eligibility);preference given to children eligible for kindergarten the following school year:
  • income (300% of the federal poverty level, or a family of four earning $66,150)
  • If your child falls into any of these categories, you may be eligible to apply. Contact Michele Brady, Child Care Director for eligibility, and enrollment information at (814) 664-7757 or email at mbrady@worldconnx.net

 

Program Highlights:

  • 5 hour instructional day
  • Extended hours available for working families (6 AM - 6 PM) at a small fee
  • Qualified teaching staff
  • Staff certified in Infant and Child First Aid
  • Structure learning environment
  • Educational screenings
  • Health screenings and follow up
  • Parent workshops and support services
  • Breakfast and lunch provided
  • Enroll children with disabilities
  • Use a curriculum that will help your child grow academically and socially
  • A smooth transition from pre-kindergarten to kindergarten
  • Swimming lessons

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What Do I Need to Get Ready?

  • Birth Certificate or other proof of birth
  • Verification of income (tax documents, 2 pay stubs, SSI or TANF letters)
  • Immunization records
  • Disability documentation (if applicable)
  • Custody or court documents (if applicable)
  • Health insurance card (if available)

 

By enrolling your child in PA Pre K counts, you can give your child a great start to a bright future. Quality pre-kindergarten prepares children for reading and math, but also for paying attention, following directions and getting along with others.

 

 

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