Supporting School Readiness is a program that works with children and their families in the year prior to entry into kindergarten.
The Getting Ready for Kindergarten (GR4K) Program offers rising kindergarteners the opportunity to attend a facilitated playgroup session using the Second Step Early Learning Program. Sessions are free and available at multiple sites in Wake County beginning in October 2015. Participants will attend a total of 28 sessions, one session per week from October to May. During the sessions, parent/caregivers stay on site and are able to meet with a parent educator for group discussions focused on how best to prepare their children for kindergarten. Families with limited income who have an upcoming kindergartner without preschool/childcare experience may apply to participate in this program.
For more information about the Supporting School Readiness Program contact Sherri Lambeth or call (919) 664-7789.
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