Pre-registration for the Pre-K Program in Scottsboro City Schools has begun.  This nationally recognized first class Pre-K program is already preparing for another exciting year. There is no registration fee required.

Carrie Bradford, Community Engagement Coordinator, announced that pre-registration for next year’s Pre-K class started on Jan. 15 and will continue through March 18.  Enrollment is open to all children aged four on or before Sept. 2, 2020.

Parents may go online to http://alprek.asapconnected.com to complete the pre-registration form.  You must also submit proof of residence and the child’s birth certificate.  Anyone needing assistance in accessing this application should contact Scottsboro City Schools Board of Education office at 256-218-2100.

Acceptance into the program is through a random drawing scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on March 18 at the Board of Education office.  Parents or guardians do not have to be in attendance at the drawing for their child to be selected.  Notices will be emailed to parents or guardians of the chosen children beginning on April 16.

Upon enrollment into the program, a child’s immunization record must be presented.  No child will be denied participation based on income, sex, race, color, national origin, or disability.

Anyone interested in reading more about Alabama’s Pre-K Program may visit www.children.alabama.gov and see the pre-registration information under First Class Pre-K.

The Pre-K Program for Scottsboro students is housed at Nelson Elementary School.

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