Piper Early Childhood

Building the Future One Child at a Time

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    PreK brochure

     

     

    2/9 - Valentine's Day party

    2/10-2/11 - Conferences

    2/10-2/15 - No school PreK

     

    2/15  - Enrollment opens for 2021-2022 school year

    Please take note of updated residency policy:

    Proof of residency for all prospective students is required at the time of enrollment. An original copy of proof of residency must consist of any three of the following:
    1. Documentation of home ownership in the name of the caregiver;
    2. Documentation of a rental or lease of residential property in the name of the parent/caregiver that includes landlord contact information and the names of all tenants living in the residence;
    3. Property tax statement in the name of the caregiver;
    4. Proof of BPU or ATMOS utility service to the residential property in the name of the caregiver;
    5. Driver’s License with current address of home owner and/or parent and/or guardian with residency in Piper School attendance boundaries; or
    6. Court Order or other Official documentation of the prospective student’s custodial status;
    7. Verification by a school official employed by USD 203.

     
      

    Curriculum Overview

    The 3 and 4 year old curriculum is based on the Kansas Early Learning Standards (www.ksde.edu). The Kansas Early Learning Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what young children are expected to know and be able to do, so that teachers and parents can support their learning and development. Further, the standards were developed to align with what research says about young children’s language and early literacy development. Our curriculum encompasses physical and self-help skills, social-emotional development (including engagement and personal social skills) communication and literacy (including oral language, phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, print awareness and writing) and general and mathematical knowledge (including emergent numeracy, approaches to learning, and problem solving.)

  • Hours

    The Piper Pre-K program is a four-day a week program (Monday - Thursday)

    School hours are:

    3 year old half day programs:

    8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

    4 year old half day programs:

    8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

    12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    3 and 4 year old full day programs:

    8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Enrollment is open to all children who are eligible to attend the Piper USD 203 and who will be age 3 or 4 before August 31 of the year of enrollment. All children must, have immunizations completed, and a physical completed before entering the program.

     

    Lunch

    Mrs. Holly  11:25am

    Mrs. Willmon  11:30am

    Mrs. Simmons  11:35am

     

    Program Fees for 2021-2022 school year

    Fees for the Piper Pre-K full day classes are: $570.00/month

    Fees for the Piper Pre-K 3 and 4 year old half day classes are $310.00/month

    **There is a $25 enrollment fee for every student**

     

    Eligibility and Waiting List

    Students must reside in the Piper USD 203 School District. Proof of residency will be required upon enrollment. A waiting list will be maintained for children waiting for an opening in the program. When an opening occurs, the next child at the top of the Pre-K waiting list will be called. If they are no longer interested, then we will call the next in line.

     

    Transportation

    Transportation services through the district’s school bus program is only available for the 4 year old students only. These buses are equipped with seat belts and/or harnesses. Parents/guardians will be responsible for providing transportation to and from the school. There are no mid-day busses. If you have any questions regarding transportation, please call DS Bus Lines at 913-721-9019. Parents or a responsible adult must be visible at the bus stop in the afternoon, or your child will not be allowed to exit the bus.

     

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