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Enrollment for 2017-18

To date, all applicants have been notified of their child’s placement. Anyone who sent in an application and has not received a confirmation e-mail, is urged to contact the program liaison immediately at 631-730-4400 or npickfor@3villagecsd.org. Additionally, applications are still being accepted for the AM session on a first come, first serve basis. 

 

2017-2018 Pre-Kindergarten Registration Information

The following information is for those families who have submitted a lottery application and have been notified of their child's placement in the program.  Please complete all of the following forms and bring to the Central Registrar's office at the North Country Administration building located at 100 Suffolk Avenue, Stony Brook, NY.  Regular hours are 8:30-11:30 am and 1:00-2:30 pm.  Registration MUST be completed by August 1, 2017.

1. Pre-Kindergarten Developmental History

2. Physical Health Appraisal (to be completed by a physician)

3. Immunization Certificate (to be completed by a physician)

4. Authorization of Medication Form (to be completed by a physician)

5. Health History

6. Dental Health Certificate ( to be completed by a dental professional)

7. Emergency Contact Form

    ** All registrants are also required to present proof of residency (property tax bill, deed or notarized lease agreement) as well as the original birth certificate for the child**

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Open House Presentation

Pre-K Fact Sheet


Pre-K 2017-18 Lottery Application


For more information contact:

Nancy Pickford
Three Village Pre-K Liaison
Nassakeag Elementary School
730-4400
npickfor@3villagecsd.org

 

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Curriculum Highlights

  • Utilize developmentally appropriate practices
  • Advance learning through play
  • Foster collaboration and interaction
  • Incorporate thematic and project-based learning
  • Immerse children in a language-rich environment
  • Construct real world learning experiences – Community
  • Embrace parents as learning partners
  • Provide a variety of learning experiences
    • Individual, large, small group
    • Active and quiet learning
    • Teacher and child guided instruction
    • Indoor and outdoor educational experiences

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