Mansfield ISD expands pre-kindergarten program

July 20, 2021
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To provide Mansfield ISD families more opportunities in early childhood education, the district will be expanding its tuition-based prekindergarten (pre-K) campuses beginning in the 2021-22 school year.

MISD’s tuition-based pre-K program is for children who are 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of the current school year and who do not qualify for the free federally-funded pre-K program nor the Early Childhood Special Education program (ECSE).

In addition to the current tuition-based pre-K class locations at J.L. Boren Elementary School (full day) and Sarah K. Jandrucko Academy for Early Learner (half day), the new tuition-based pre-K locations are below.

FULL DAY (8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)

Judy K. Miller Elementary School

Erma Nash Elementary School

Nancy Neal Elementary School

Annette Perry Elementary School

Tarver Rendon School of Agricultural Leadership

Mary Jo Sheppard Elementary School

Cora Spencer Elementary School

Roberta Tipps STEAM Academy

HALF DAY (8 to 11:10 a.m. OR 12:20 to 3:30 p.m.)

Carol Holt Elementary School

Alice Ponder Elementary School

Elizabeth Smith Innovative Learning Academy

These tuition-based seats will open Aug. 2. For more information about enrollment opportunities at the campus listed, please contact the campus directly. Please note that enrollment into a tuition-based pre-K program is based upon availability at the campus.

Transportation is not provided for the tuition-based pre-K program. Parents and guardians will need to make arrangements to take and pick-up students from school daily.

To view the tuition rate and application form, visit the prekindergarten webpage.

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