*WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS*
We are now accepting preschool applications for the 2018-19 school year.
State preschool is for children who turn 3 or 4 before September 1 for the Current School year with priority given to 4 years-old. Enrollment is based on income eligibility.
State Preschool offers two sessions:
- 8:00 am-11:00 pm
- 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
State Funded Preschool Requirements:
Meet income eligibility as determined by California Department of Education.
Children 4 years old on or before September 1 of the current school year is first priority. As space is available, children 3 years of age will be enrolled.
Please bring into the preschool office an original of the following mandatory documents
- Certified Birth Certificate (complimentary hospital certificates are not acceptable) for all children under 18 living with the parent
- Current Proof of Income - FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH - for all working adults in household
Preschool applications are ranked according to California Education Department's income requirements.
For More Information, please call (831) 784-5402
Preschool Program Coordinator
Denise Noel (831) 784-5450
Technical Services Clerks - Maria Garcia & Roxana Tamayo - (831) 784-5402
Parent Coordinator - Blanca Mendoza - (831) 784-5402
ABOUT OUR STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
Developed by the California Department of Education, Child Development Division, the Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) Preschool assessment system is designed to improve the quality of programs and services provided to children who are enrolled in early childhood education and their families. Desired Results are defined as conditions of well-being for children and their families. Each Desired Result defines an overall outcome. The system was developed based on the following six Desired Results:
For the child...
1. Children are personally and socially competent
2. Children are effective learners
3. Children show physical and motor competence
4. Children are safe and healthy
And for the family...
1. Families support their child’s learning and development
2. Families achieve their goals
The DRDP system is a comprehensive approach that facilitates the achievement of the Desired Results identified for children and families. The system is aligned to both the California Preschool Learning Foundations and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for kindergarten.
State Preschool will have a parent/child education component. Parents and families are an essential part of a child’s learning potential. Ongoing parent education support and opportunities for active participation in all preschool activities will be offered to all parents and families. The preschool program will partner with the school site your child attends to give you access to school site classes, workshops and seminars that are offered to enrich families and empower parents. Suggestions for parent education/training programs are welcomed.