• Building a brighter future for children

    Pre-K Counts is a high-quality preschool program that provides a solid foundation for children to learn. Children enrolled in the program are excited about school and become better students.

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    Certified teachers use materials to help children grow academically and socially. They help children and parents adjust to school routines, which also assists with making a smooth transition to kindergarten.

    Pre-K Counts is a free program available for children who are between ages three and five (who are not yet enrolled in kindergarten).

    Classes are held in a school setting five days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., beginning in August and ending in June.

    An initiative of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Pre-K Counts is administered by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU) in seven local school districts.

    • Central Columbia
      • Central Columbia Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Line Mountain
      • Line Mountain Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Millville Area
      • Millville Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Milton Area
      • Milton Area High School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Shikellamy
      • Grace S. Beck Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Southern Columbia Area
      • G.C. Hartman Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Warrior Run
      • Watsontown Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    • Berwick
      • Nescopeck Elementary School
      • Breakfast and lunch offered

    You can help give your child a strong beginning in school and in life. Pre-K Counts offers learning activities that are best for each child, so he or she will have a better chance of doing well in school, going on to college or career training, and getting a good job.

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