I asked who was sending their child to pre-k this year and someone replyed that they had taken their child to show them their classroom... Do all schools allow that? And when do you register your child? We are moving june first, is it to late to do so then or does every school have like an open enrollment day or something? Lol im clueless here.Answer Question
Any school should allow you to take a tour. If they tell you that you can't visit and tour the school, I would be seriously suspicious and wonder what they were trying to hide.
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It really depends on your state, your area, and/or the school. I live in GA and we have GA funded pre-K. Most of the schools have at least 1 or 2 Pre-K classes, however, you they are hard to get into. I actually had my son registered at a local daycare/preschool that offered the GA Pre-K. I did this in case he did not get in to the school pre-k. With the school Pre-k, we had to go on a certain day, fill out paperwork, show proof of residency, shot record, health check, etc. They then took all the applicants and did a lottery drawing. There were 40 slots for my son's school and he got in. We did not get to go on a tour until about a week before school started. With a daycare/preschool pre-k then most of the time, they will let you take a tour before you even register.
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