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PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION:

Pinckney Community Education will be offering Preschool programs for three and four-year-olds for the 2019/2020 School Year beginning in September 2019 and running until May 2020. Registration is now underway until all spots have been filled. Registration paperwork is available at this link:

Pinckney Community Education Preschool Program 2019/20

For additional registration information on the 2019/20 Preschool program, please contact the Pinckney Community Education office at (810) 225-3950.

LIVINGSTON COUNTY (LESA) EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS:

State and federal early childhood programs are available in Livingston County through LESA. These programs include Great Start and Head Start. For more information please visit http://livingstonesa.org or contact LESA at (517) 548-2100.

KINDERREADY:

Pinckney Community Schools is also offering a 5-day full day KinderREADY program at Farley Hill Elementary and Country Elementary for the 2019/2020 school year. KinderREADY is a program specially designed for young school-age children (children turning age 5 by September 1, 2019) who are needing a little more time. All children develop at their own rate socially, emotionally, and intellectually. It is normal. KinderREADY is designed to provide more readiness activities for reading, writing and mathematics getting students acclimated to a school environment, used to following directions, and sharing with other children. Children are screened individually to determine if KinderREADY is the right fit for the child. For more information on the KinderREADY program, please contact Farley Hill Elementary at (810) 225-6400 or Country Elementary at (810) 225-6600. For more information on the 2019/20 KinderReady program, please  click here.

Families in Transition:

Students and families who are experiencing some difficulty in their housing or family-living situation may be eligible for assistance and support via the federal McKinney-Vento Act to enroll, remain in, and succeed in school. This may range from students who are homeless or in transitional housing, to families who may need to move in with family or friends due to economic, family conflict, fire/natural disaster, or similar reasons. If you or your family are experiencing this type of transition, please contact Brian G. Higgins, McKinney-Vento Liaison for Pinckney Community Schools, at (810) 225-3900 or bhiggins@pinckneypirates.org. More information is also available through the following links:

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act

Homeless Education Frequently Asked Questions

Elementary Building Contact Information:

Country Elementary 2939 East M-36 Pinckney (810) 225-6600

Farley Hill Elementary 8110 Farley Road Pinckney (810) 225-6400

To confirm what elementary building area your neighborhood resides in, please contact Transportation at (810)225-3960, the Board of Education office at (810) 225-3900, or by clicking this link:

http://fuzz.pinckneypirates.org/SchoolLookup/index.html