News, stories, and data about the benefits of high-quality Pre-K come faster than a four-year-old can pedal a tricycle! Keep up with the latest here.
The Pre-K Priority is putting its $4 million in ARPA grant funds into action with the selection of 32 local Pre-K classrooms.
Applications from licensed, private/independent Pre-K providers are now being accepted to the model cohort of 30 Pre-K classrooms.
Includes timely information on local early childhood educator options through WS/FCS, Forsyth Technical Community College and Winston-Salem State University.
February 1 marked the opening of Forsyth County’s Pre-K registration window, and families with children who will be four years old by August 31, 2023 are encouraged to apply.
The Pre-K Priority received $350,000 in ARPA grant funds from the City of Winston-Salem to further support funding of a two-year project.
The Pre-K Priority will receive its first public funds in support of local Pre-K classrooms and educators.
Initiative wants to see children back in Pre-K classrooms after 30 percent drop in enrollment statewide due to COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s official, Forsyth County has an Early Education Task Force!Task Force members have been selected to represent an array of stakeholder sectors and demographics.
“If we are truly committed to a robust and vibrant community, we must ensure our children have access and opportunity to high-quality early learning experiences.”
Award-winning documentary available via free, virtual screening from Nov. 15-29
Community coalition aims for expanded access to Pre-K for all four-year-olds in Forsyth County.
Early childhood advocates, local leaders come together to support quality early childhood education for all children.