Assistance to be provided for Fayetteville parents

May 10, 2018 by  

Fayetteville parents and guardians who would like to register their child for the upcoming Pre-K year but are not sure how to do so, or who need some help completing the process, may wish to take advantage of an upcoming opportunity.

The state Pre-K program offers education to children who will reach the age of four on or before August 31, 2018. It is free for those who meet the qualifications that have been laid out. A child must be the dependent of active duty military member, have been diagnosed with a developmental disability, have a chronic health condition or educational need, or have a limited proficiency in English.

Parents who would like to take part in a registration assistance session are asked to bring along their son or daughter’s birth certificate and proof of family income. If applicable, they are also asked to provide a health assessment for their child, military documentation, proof of residency, and any other paperwork needed. Brochure printing services for this type of occasion can be sourced from a professional printer.

The NC Pre-K Enrollment Assistance program is being offered by Partnership for Children of Cumberland County. It will be held starting on May 29 at 351 Wagoneer Drive in Fayetteville. Anyone who would like to reserve a spot can find more information about how to do so by visiting the organizer’s Facebook page.