Is my child "Ready for Kindergarten"?
Parents can learn what to do about helping to prepare their child for Kindergarten by watching a series of excellent, short videos produced by Western Reserve Public Media (an organization serving Northeast Ohio for forty years with noncommercial television programming that focuses on educational services and community engagement activities that Educate, Entertain, and Inspire). To view, click here.
Do you know that research shows that high quality early childhood education is a critical component of K-12 success and instrumental in cultivating a skilled workforce?
To learn more about the importance of Early Care and Education read the two articles below.
Preschool is a Proven Investment
A Lost Opportunity for School & Workforce Success If Young Children Are Left Behind
2013 Kindergarten Registration Information
The following reports are the kindergarten registration and orientation information for the Akron Public Schools, the Suburban School Districts, and the Community Schools in Summit County for the 2013-2014 year. This data was as of February 1, 2013 and will be updated periodically going forward. If you have any revisions that you would like recorded please contact Kaye Rowe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you know what to look for when choosing a preschool for your child? To Review Tips and Resources on this click on the link below.
Information on Selection of Preschools
Are you looking for a childcare provider or preschool?
Click here for information on all Childcare Centers and Preschools in Summit County: Summit County Childcare/Preschools
Ready To Learn (Education Pipeline Key Transition Point)
Each Kindergarten teacher has a mission to ensure every child’s readiness for continued success in school; regardless of the starting point. Kindergarten teachers “meet children where they are” and provide them with the skills to be successful in future grade levels.
3rd Grade Reading (Education Pipeline Key Transition Point)
Literacy is the gateway skill for learning. Even in this technologically rich society, literacy skills are still critical to learning.