Preschool definition

Preschool means a program licensed to offer early childhood services, which follows a preschool curriculum and course of study designed primarily to enhance the educational development of the children enrolled and which serves no child for more than three hours per day.
Preschool means a publicly funded prekindergarten program administered by SED or a local educational agency or a Head Start program administered by a local educational agency and/or services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) administered by a local educational agency.
Preschool means children from two years up to the age of eligibility to attend public school, five years by September 30.

Examples of Preschool in a sentence

  • Equipment and materials purchased with the Statewide Voluntary Preschool Program Funds are the property of the district.

  • Contracts may be adjusted at the discretion of the Preschool Director.

  • The financial obligation to Xxxxxxxxx Preschool is for the FULL program fee as stated in the Agreement unless you give us written notice of your desire to withdraw your child from the school.

  • Deposits, fees, and expenses shall be paid when stipulated by Xxxxxxxxx Preschool.

  • Preschool and elementary Professional Staff Members elected as The BEA President will be afforded daily release time with full salary and benefits paid by the District equivalent to the length of one (1) full class period or up to nineteen (19) association liaison days per school year.


More Definitions of Preschool

Preschool means a child day care facility which provides care to children aged three through five, for periods of time not exceeding three hours per day. The preschool’s program is designed to help the children develop intellectual, social and motor skills, and to extend their interest in and understanding of the world about them.
Preschool means a public early childhood education program offered under 70 O.S. §§ 11-103.7 and 1-114 (B) or similar program offered by a private school whose primary purpose is to offer educational (or academic) instruction. Preschool does not include a homeschool, daycare, or child care facility licensed under the Oklahoma Child Care Facilities Licensing Act, 10 O.S. § 401 et seq.
Preschool means a child care facility which provides to children ages three through five, for periods of time not exceeding three hours per day, programs designed to help the children to develop intellectual skills, social skills, and motor skills, and to extend their interest and understanding of the world about them.
Preschool means a program licensed to offer early childhood services, which follows
Preschool means children from two years up to the age of eligibility to attend public school, age five by September 30 of that same year.
Preschool means a child aged three years to kindergarten (“school aged”). Approve preschool rates for summer hours before kindergarten classes begin.
Preschool means a facility: