Posted by: fispreschool | April 18, 2016

Now Enrolling for the new year!

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I can’t believe it is getting to be that time of year again!  We are starting to plan for the new school year and we are now accepting enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year.  We will have many preschoolers returning to preschool for the new year, but we also have many of our students going on to Kindergarten.

We are a public preschool and take qualifying students based on income or disability.  We also take in-district and out-of-district families that pay preschool tuition as space allows.  We have a Wraparound Daycare that takes 2-5 year olds as they have space.  All of the 3-5 years olds enrolled in daycare attend one of the preschool sessions as part of their day.  Please see the tabs at the top of the page for fees.

We look forward to helping your child develop to his/her potential. The Early Learning Academy provides a warm, caring and safe atmosphere for children to learn through creative activities and free exploration. Here, every child is given time to socialize, create, discover, and build self-confidence as they master new skills. Our curriculum is developmentally balanced to ensure your child blossoms in an atmosphere where they are challenged intellectually, socially and physically.

To inquire about preschool and daycare, please contact Cara Doyle at 502-875-8661 or email at cara.doyle@frankfort.kyschools.us

We look forward to hearing from you and preparing your child for a lifelong career of learning.

Preschool Team

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