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Preschool Now Available to any Child Residing in USD 353 School District

Futures Unlimited, Inc. and USD 353 have partnered to offer up to 60 preschool slots at Kennedy Elementary School this coming 2022-2023 school year. “USD 353 has been fortunate to partner with Futures Unlimited for the last four years by providing preschool classroom space within our district,” says Adam Hatfield, USD 353 superintendent.

Initially, this preschool was only available to families who met need-based and developmental eligibility criteria . But recently, to ensure over-income families who do not already have a preschool home have the opportunity to attend a local preschool, the district has opened up a limited number of slots to any child ages 3-4 as long as they reside within the Wellington School District.

“Our goal is to support Wellington preschools to ensure parents who desire preschool services for their child will have that option,” Hatfield says.

Families with children who will be 3 or 4 by August 31 are encouraged NOT TO WAIT and to complete a short questionnaire at www.futures-unlimited.org/apply1 or they may call or text Cindy at 316-369-0256.

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Futures Unlimited, Inc. is Sumner County’s premier early childhood program offering preschool, Early Head Start, Head Start, special education, and pre-k services for children ages prenatal to 5. Research-based curriculum ties all program activities to cognitive outcomes. Full-day and half-day preschool options are available. School readiness checkpoints ensure children are making progress toward their next educational step. Programs involve and benefit the whole family. Futures helps families thrive!

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