• STATE-FUNDED AND TUITION-BASED GENERAL EDUCATION PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

  • Kindergarten teacher with students

    Parents or guardians of children who are zoned for a Lexington School District One elementary school and are four years old on or before September 1, 2022 may apply to a general education 4-K program. If accepted into a state-funded preschool program, students do not always attend the same school for which they are zoned. However, we try to place students as close to their attendance area as possible. For example, you may be zoned for Meadow Glen Elementary, but your child may attend a state-funded preschool program at Oak Grove Elementary for 4-K only.

    All programs are full day.


  • The process for acceptance into a state-funded 4-K program can be found here.

    The process for acceptance into a tuition-based 4-K program can be found here.


Special Education Preschool Programs

  • The district also offers special education programs for preschool-aged children with certain academic, developmental, speech, and/or physical needs.

    If you have concerns about your child's attention, speech, language, thinking skills, play skills, and/or behavior, you can call 803-821-1101 to make an appointment for a developmental screening. A developmental screening is a brief, family-friendly process that helps parents get answers to questions and concerns about their child's overall development and helps them access resources, services, and strategies that are available to support their child.

     

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING A LEXINGTON DISTRICT ONE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM?

  • Certified Teacher

  • Play-based Curriculum That Complements 5-year-old Kindergarten

  • Instruction Aligned with the State Standards

  • School Environment


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