After an extensive program review, the district has redefined the program and district eligibility guidelines to align with the state guidelines for the 2023-24 school year.
Judson ISD will continue to offer PreK3 as a half-day program for eligible PreK3 students who live within the Judson ISD attendance zones. Judson ISD will continue to offer full-day programming for eligible PreK4 students.
Why is Pre-K important?
Pre-K is vitally important to a child's development and school readiness. Your child will have early language, literacy, and math experiences to better prepare them for academic rigor in later grades. Attending Pre-K also helps young student to gain a sense of self-exploration, discovery, and confidence. Judson ISD's program offers a safe environment, high-quality integrated curriculum, highly qualified teachers, and ongoing assessments with progress monitoring for 3 and 4 year olds.
To complete enrollment for Pre-K programs, original documents must be taken to the campus for verification. Below is a specific list of required documents. All students ages 3 or 4 years ( by September 1st) qualify for the program. Certain forms might be needed to provide additional resources for your child and for reporting purposes.Required Documents:
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Address
- Parent ID
- Immunization Record
- Home Language Survey (provided by school)
- Proof of Income
- Documentation related to the foster care system
- Documentation related to military service
- Tax returns or paystubs
- Copy of the resolution (certificate) for the Star of Texas Award