Clara Hearne Pre-K Center will hold registration during the week of July 6th by appointment only.
Parents can call Clara Hearne to sign up for an appointment day and time.
Only parents will need to attend this registration. COVID 19 safety measures will be followed during this time.
Parents who participated in round 1 of registration on March 13th and have completed their child's folder will receive a letter in the mail by June 30th.
Children registering for 2020-2021 must be: 4 years old on or before August 31, 2020 and a resident of Roanoke Rapids.
What to bring:
1. Your child's certified birth certificate. 2. Valid ID of parent/guardian registering the child. 3. Two proofs of residence documents: a lease or deed and a bill (power, water, gas, cable, or landline telephone) or residence affidavit (Complete at our central office (building B) and bring the person with whom you live with to do the affidavit along with a valid ID). 4. Proof of income for both parents, legal custodians included: WEEKLY PAY: 4 CONSECUTIVE PAYSTUBS ARE NOW REQUIRED
BI-WEEKLY PAY: 2 CONSECUTIVE PAY STUBS ARE REQUIRED
MONTHLY PAY: 2 CONSECUTIVE FULL MONTH’S OF PAY STUBS ARE REQUIRED 6. A completed health assessment and current immunization/shot record is required by the start of school.
Please note that applying for RRGSD’s Pre-Kindergarten does not assure that the child will be offered placement. There is limited Pre-Kindergarten space and eligibility will be determined for each child who applies and those showing the greatest need for preschool. We urge all interested parents to apply.
Clara Hearne’s Vision:
Our vision at Clara Hearne Early Childhood Center is to provide a child-centered environment for the educational, social, emotional, and physical development of each child while nurturing enthusiasm for learning and producing confident learners ready for kindergarten.
All North Carolina Preschool Programs must use the North Carolina Foundations for Early Learning and Development http://ncchildcare.nc.gov/providers/pv_foundations.asp. These standards address the following areas: Approaches to Play and Learning, Emotional and Social Development, Physical Development and Health, Language Development and Communication, and Cognitive Development. Teachers must use these early learning standards to guide their planning of high-quality learning experiences for children.
In addition to NC Foundations, our classrooms use The Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold. For an additional emotional/social curriculum, we use the Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning.