NC Pre-K
Opens Mar 15 2022 12:00 AM (UTC)
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NC PRE-KINDERGARTEN SERVICES INFORMATION 2022-2023


What is NC Pre-K?

Stokes Partnership for Children (SPC) is the Contract Administrator for the NC Pre-K program in Stokes County.  Eligibility for all applicants is determined by SPC and NC Pre-K classrooms are monitored by SPC for compliance with state requirements.  NC Pre-K is a fun and exciting learning opportunity for children that also helps them develop skills making the transition to kindergarten easier. NC Pre-K classrooms in our community generally follow the Stokes County Schools calendar and operate at least six and a half hours a day, Monday through Friday, from late August to early June. NC Pre-K classes are located in Stokes County Schools, Head Start, and private child care centers. By submitting an application, you will be considered for all possible placements. The program is free to qualifying families. Space is limited and some children may be placed on a wait list. 


Should I apply?

If one or more of the following guidelines is true for you or your child, you may qualify for NC Pre-K services:

  • Child must turn four years of age on or before August 31, 2022 to be considered for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year;

  • Child must reside in a household meeting 75% State Median Income or less;

  • Child of eligible military family;

  • Child with an identified disability or developmental/educational need;

  • Child/family with limited English skills;

  • Child living with a foster family, legal guardian, or relative;

  • Child experiencing homelessness;


If you are interested in applying, please complete and submit this online application and supporting documents (listed below).

You must first create an account that you will be able to log back into in order to add or change information and upload required documentation.  Upon creating your account you will be sent a verification email.  Be sure to check your spam/junk file and allow these emails into your inbox.  You will not be able to submit your application without doing the email verification step.

If you have any questions, contact Shannon Cox at scox@stokespfc.com.

Completing this application does not guarantee participation in the NC Pre-K program.

Parent/Guardian will be notified in writing of their child’s eligibility/enrollment status in July. 

The application is incomplete and cannot be processed without the following documentation.  If you are unable to upload your documents with the application, you may email them to scox@stokespfc.com or drop them off at our office at 151 Jefferson Church Rd. in King (in the event the office is closed, you can place documents in the locked dropbox located outside our office door): 

1)  Proof of Birth (example: Birth Certificate, Medical Records, or Immunization Records)

2)  Proof of all applicable income (example: Tax Form 1040, W-2, Child Support, Social Security, Retirement, Disability, Unemployment Benefits,  Workers Compensation, Public Assistance/Work First Benefits, Military pay or 4 recent consecutive paystubs). 

       Each parent or guardian that is not employed or does not have a regular source of income will be required to complete a statement regarding no income and list the source of support for the family. 

3)  Proof of Residency (example: driver's license, current utility bill or rental agreement)

If a child is accepted in the program the following will need to be submitted:

☐ Child’s Immunization Record

☐ Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Section 504 plan if applicable

☐ Health Assessment including dental, vision and hearing completed by physician within 30 days of enrollment

☐ Documentation of custody/guardianship if child does not live with a biological parent



Apply

NC Pre-K


NC PRE-KINDERGARTEN SERVICES INFORMATION 2022-2023


What is NC Pre-K?

Stokes Partnership for Children (SPC) is the Contract Administrator for the NC Pre-K program in Stokes County.  Eligibility for all applicants is determined by SPC and NC Pre-K classrooms are monitored by SPC for compliance with state requirements.  NC Pre-K is a fun and exciting learning opportunity for children that also helps them develop skills making the transition to kindergarten easier. NC Pre-K classrooms in our community generally follow the Stokes County Schools calendar and operate at least six and a half hours a day, Monday through Friday, from late August to early June. NC Pre-K classes are located in Stokes County Schools, Head Start, and private child care centers. By submitting an application, you will be considered for all possible placements. The program is free to qualifying families. Space is limited and some children may be placed on a wait list. 


Should I apply?

If one or more of the following guidelines is true for you or your child, you may qualify for NC Pre-K services:

  • Child must turn four years of age on or before August 31, 2022 to be considered for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year;

  • Child must reside in a household meeting 75% State Median Income or less;

  • Child of eligible military family;

  • Child with an identified disability or developmental/educational need;

  • Child/family with limited English skills;

  • Child living with a foster family, legal guardian, or relative;

  • Child experiencing homelessness;


If you are interested in applying, please complete and submit this online application and supporting documents (listed below).

You must first create an account that you will be able to log back into in order to add or change information and upload required documentation.  Upon creating your account you will be sent a verification email.  Be sure to check your spam/junk file and allow these emails into your inbox.  You will not be able to submit your application without doing the email verification step.

If you have any questions, contact Shannon Cox at scox@stokespfc.com.

Completing this application does not guarantee participation in the NC Pre-K program.

Parent/Guardian will be notified in writing of their child’s eligibility/enrollment status in July. 

The application is incomplete and cannot be processed without the following documentation.  If you are unable to upload your documents with the application, you may email them to scox@stokespfc.com or drop them off at our office at 151 Jefferson Church Rd. in King (in the event the office is closed, you can place documents in the locked dropbox located outside our office door): 

1)  Proof of Birth (example: Birth Certificate, Medical Records, or Immunization Records)

2)  Proof of all applicable income (example: Tax Form 1040, W-2, Child Support, Social Security, Retirement, Disability, Unemployment Benefits,  Workers Compensation, Public Assistance/Work First Benefits, Military pay or 4 recent consecutive paystubs). 

       Each parent or guardian that is not employed or does not have a regular source of income will be required to complete a statement regarding no income and list the source of support for the family. 

3)  Proof of Residency (example: driver's license, current utility bill or rental agreement)

If a child is accepted in the program the following will need to be submitted:

☐ Child’s Immunization Record

☐ Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Section 504 plan if applicable

☐ Health Assessment including dental, vision and hearing completed by physician within 30 days of enrollment

☐ Documentation of custody/guardianship if child does not live with a biological parent



Apply
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