Ray School District to host pre-k screening, registration on April 29

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  Ray School District will have its Pre-Kindergarten registration on Monday, April 29, 2019 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. 

  In order to register your child for Pre-Kindergarten for 2019-2020 school year they must be for (4) years of age prior to Sept. 1, 2019.  You must have a complete immunization record and a birth record in order to register for school.  If you do not have a birth record you can get one for a small fee, from the Bureau of Vital Statistics in the state in which your child was born.  Those addresses are available at the Elementary School Office.  Your child’s physician or clinic may also provide an immunization record.

  The Ray School District also offers a Pre-Kindergarten Program for students with special needs.  This provides services to children, ages 3 and up with disabilities.

  Registration will be in the Elementary School Office and screenings for all eligible children will be in the Pre-Kindergarten rooms 212-211.

  The tuition cost for 2019/2020 school year is $100 per semester. Tuition must be paid in advance of each semester (before Aug. 3, 2019 for the first semester and before Jan. 8, 2020 for the second semester).  If payment is not made by the first day of each semester, your child will not be eligible to attend.  Refunds must be requested by Sept. 5, 2019 for the first semester and Feb. 5, 2020 for second semester.

  If you have any questions you can call the Elementary Office at 363-5527 ext. 101.

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