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The Pre-K program provides three and four year old children with a wonderland of opportunity and discovery that builds on children's natural curiosity. Please contact SCOPE in order to obtain information regarding available programs and fees for your school district. Social, emotional, motor and cognitive growth are fostered through creative expression, arts and crafts, science, math, reading readiness, music, dance, large and small motor coordination and much more. The curriculum is aligned with the NYS Learning Standards and is designed to help successfully transition students into kindergarten.
Open to all 3 and 4 year old students. Transportation is not provided. Enrollment is limited to sixteen (16) students in the three year old program and twenty (18) students in the four year old program. If there are more eligible students than spots the child's name will be placed on a wait list. Enrollment is based strictly on a first come, first served basis.
All teachers are specialists in early childhood education. Teachers are teamed with trained assistants who are sensitive to the unique qualities and needs of each child. SCOPE teachers participate in professional workshops to keep abreast of new trends in education.
Pre-K programs are funded through parent paid tuition which is paid directly to SCOPE. Please contact SCOPE in order to obtain information regarding available programs and fees for your school district. There is no cost to the school district for children to attend this program.
SCOPE will recruit/screen/hire/compensate all teachers and teacher assistants, provide all staff training, purchase all consumable materials for the program, conduct all pre and post student evaluations, maintain all student performance and attendance records, provide children with a nutritious snack each day, provide all program supervision and maintain appropriate insurance coverage for the program.
School District Responsibilities
Provide adequate and appropriate space for the program, assign a district liaison, provide access to a photocopier, provide access to a telephone/phone line and permit SCOPE to distribute information regarding the program to parents, provide custodial services.
For Further Information Contact: Mellisa Krauss at (631) 360-0800 ext. 146 or email Dana Ingarozza at email@example.com