Limestone County First Class Pre-K enrollment begins Wednesday

Limestone County First Class Pre-K enrollment begins Wednesday
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LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - Registration for Alabama’s First Class Pre-K program begins Wednesday in Limestone County.

The county currently has nine First Class Pre-K classes, with one at each elementary school.

District leaders say there is an average of 10-12 students on a waiting list each year to get into a Pre-K program. They say interest in the First Class program is growing.

If you’d like to register your child for the program, click here.

Governor Kay Ivey recently announced a $33 million grant awarded by the state, which would be used for the state’s early childhood education programs, including First Class Pre-K.

The enrollment period ends March 20th. Children who aren’t picked go on a waiting list.

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