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February - March 2021
Pre-K Application period
Placement Letters sent home
First Day of School
Pre-K is a free, high-quality program that runs five days per week from September through June. Most pre-k options are on a full-day schedule (6 hours and 20 minutes); however, some 5-hour and half-day (2 hours and 20 minutes) options are also available.
To find a Pre-K near you, visit Pre-K Finder and type in your address in the space provided.
Due to COVID-19, all Family Welcome Center’s physical locations are temporarily closed, but staff members are available to support remotely Monday - Friday.
Contact District 15 Family Welcome Center with enrollment questions - 89thFWC@schools.nyc.gov
Need a school for your child? Have other questions? Here’s what to do:
In your email, please let us know:
After you submit your application, you will receive notification about your child’s pre-kindergarten placement in May 2021.
You will automatically be placed on the wait-list for programs you ranked higher than the program where your child received an offer. Schools will contact families on the wait-list directly if they are able to offer them a seat. No additional action is required to remain on the wait-list.
In order to accept the placement you were offered, you must call the school to make an appointment to register your child.
When registering for Pre-K you must bring your child with you.
You must also bring
Proof of your child’s age (birth certificate or passport)
Two documents verifying proof of residence. Acceptable documents are listed below
Utility bill (National Grid or Con Edison) or cable television bill in the resident’s name, dated within the past 60 days
Original lease agreement, deed, or mortgage statement for the residence
Current property tax bill for the residence
Water bill for the residence, dated within the past 90 days
Official payroll documentation from an employer (i.e. payroll receipt), dated within the past 60 days
Document from a federal, state or local government agency (on letterhead) indicating the resident’s name and address (i.e. document from the IRS, NYCHA, or ACS), dated within the past 60 days
Government-issued ID card with address