Lamoille North Universal PreKindergarten
What is publicly funded prekindergarten education?
Publicly funded prekindergarten is defined as:
- Ten hours per week (for 35 weeks) of developmentally appropriate early learning experiences that is based on Vermont’s Early Learning Standards.
- Children who reside in Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, and Waterville and are between the ages of three and five before September 1, 2019 are eligible. Prekindergarten education is limited to the academic school year (September 2019-June 2020)
What Should LNSU Families Know About Universal/Publicly Funded Prekindergarten?
- Children must be at least 3 years old before Sept. 1, 2019 to qualify for prekindergarten funding.
- Publicly-funded prekindergarten services can be found in schools and qualified community-based programs (homes and centers). This link will bring you to a list of qualified pre-k providers in VT. http://education.vermont.gov/act-166 (scroll down the page to List of Pre-qualified Providers)
- The state tuition rate paid to community-based private pre-k providers on behalf of children attending prekindergarten during the 2019-2020 school year is $3,356.00
- If a program you register for is full, your child will be placed on a waiting list.
How do I register?
What prequalified PreK programs does Lamoille North Supervisory Union partner with?
- LNSU currently partners with 12 PreK programs in Lamoille and Chittenden County. For a current list of partnerships, click on the PreK Partner Programs link below.
Universal PreK Links
Agency of Education - Act 166 Universal PreK
School Contacts for Registration
PreK Partner Programs
Updated School Contact for Registration and PreK Partner Programs lists are coming soon!
Janet Murray, Director of Early Education