Announcing the Lansing Preschool Aged At-Risk Classroom for the 2019-2020 School Year
|LANSING PRESCHOOL AGED AT RISK PROGRAM|
The Lansing School District is proud to offer a free, state funded preschool opportunity for 4-year-old students living in the district. This five half-day classroom is developmentally appropriate for 4-year-old learning with an emphasis on kindergarten readiness. Students will be exposed to a learning environment where cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and language development are emphasized.
Applications are considered in the order received starting June 24, 2019 until all seats are filled. Students must meet the criteria outlined below.
|Is my child eligible for FREE Pre-K?|
To attend Pre-K, students must:
- Be four-years-old on or before August 31 of the year in which they attend preschool.
- Live within the boundaries of the Lansing School District.
- Be able to toilet themselves independently.
Students must meet at least one of the following requirements:
- Family qualifies for the free lunch program.
- Family qualifies for reduced lunch support (Note: limited seats available).
- Custodial parent is unmarried at the time of enrollment.
- Student has been referred by the Division of Children’s Services for educational services.
- At least one parent was a teen when the student was born.
- At least one parent is lacking a GED or high school diploma at the time of enrollment.
- Student has limited English proficiency based on assessments.
- Student qualifies for services under the Migrant Education Program.
- Student is developmentally delayed based on assessments but not at the level of qualifying for special education services.
|How do I apply?|
Please fill out the application (link above) and return to:
|If my child does not qualify for no-fee Pre-K, what are my options?|
At this point in time, the Lansing School District does not offer a general education preschool. The Lansing School District does, however, offer a peer modeling program in its special education early childhood classrooms. Students must go through the child find screening to be considered for the peer-model program. There is a monthly cost. A calendar for Child Find can be found here.