WELCOME TO PRE-K IN 202!
The Turner Unified School District offers a preschool program for USD 202 children who will be 3 or 4 years old by August 31st of the upcoming school year. The program features certified teachers who work with students to teach them the early childhood skills that will help them be prepared for kindergarten and set them up for future academic success! Enrollment for the 23 - 24 school year opens on April 20th, 2023.
Please note that it is a requirement that children be fully potty trained to be able to attend USD 202 pre-k.
Additionally, 4-year-old children will have priority to enroll in the pre-k program until August 1st. If spots are still available on August 1st, they will be given to 3-year-old children interested in attending.
Questions? Contact Ashley Copple at CoppleA@TurnerUSD202.org or 913-288-4197.
- What documents do I need to enroll my child in pre-k?
- What is the enrollment process for pre-k?
- How will my child be transported to and from school?
- What are the times and locations of the pre-k program?
What documents do I need to enroll my child in pre-k?
What is the enrollment process for pre-k?
How will my child be transported to and from school?
What are the times and locations of the pre-k program?
PRE-K PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
During their year in pre-k, students will learn kindergarten readiness skills from certified teachers in a positive, inclusive learning environment. While students are able to receive individualized support to meet their academic and social-emotional needs, a typical day in pre-k consists of routine activities:
SMALL GROUP TIME
Students work with a teacher to further develop their foundational skills in a focused small group setting. Foundational skills include:
- Recognize letter names and sounds
- Count correctly up to thirty
- Put together simple puzzles
Individuals supports are provided to students as needed. During this time, students learn how to form individual letters and write their name!
DRAMATIC PLAY/CENTER TIME
Students rotate through hands-on activities and interactive stations. This part of the day helps students develop social emotional skills as well as academic skills. Students participate in imaginary play, which helps them develop strong vocabulary and social skills. The various centers allow students to have a variety of experiences.
WHOLE GROUP TIME
As a class, students will gather at the carpet participate in whole group time. This can look like interactive read alouds, songs, and numbers and counting.
Each day, students take part in recess! During this time, they get to play indoors or outdoors, weather depending, with their peers!
LEARN MORE ABOUT PRE-K IN USD 202!
What I love about our pre-k program is that it gives children an opportunity to create, explore, make friendships, and gain foundational skills that will help them be successful in kindergarten!
- Ms. Kelsey, Pre-K Teacher