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Annual “All Things Pre-K” parent meeting to take place Feb. 21

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Pre-kindergarten is an exciting time for children, and the district’s Early Childhood Centers (ECC) are making the transition easier for parents by providing an informational meeting that will focus on what to expect as the new school year approaches. The annual “All Things Pre-K” meeting will take place on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Kirkland Theater located at 808 E College Street.

“We will discuss information about the early childhood programs, enrollment information, curriculum, daily schedules and all of the nuts and bolts of Pre-K,” Associate Superintendent of Elementary Education Karla Dyess said. “The Pre-K principals will also be present to answer any and all questions that the parents might have.”

Broken Arrow Public Schools is proud to have four Early Childhood Development Centers, including Creekwood, Aspen Creek, Park Lane and Arrow Springs that give students a place to embark upon new adventures in a classroom environment. All children who turn four years old by Sept. 1 are eligible for enrollment as a 2019-20 Pre-K student. Enrollment will not take place at this meeting. However, the following are the dates for online enrollment:

  • Feb. 25 to Mar. 15:  Pre-K Early Bird enrollment
  • Mar. 25:  Pre-K open enrollment

“Our program is designed to be a collaborative effort involving parents, students and teachers, and by working as a team, I have no doubt that we will be successful in our mission to create a foundation for life-long learning in our youngest Broken Arrow Tigers,” Dyess said.

For more information, please contact the Elementary Education Administration office at 918-259-5724.