Pre-K Enrollment 2023-2024
Summer hours start May 30th. Monday- Thursday 7:30 - 3:30, Friday by appointment only.
Applications without all required documents will be denied. This could result in your child not being placed.Proof of Residence must be in the parent/guardian name.If you reside with someone and do not have one of the required proofs of residency in your name click here.You will NOT be able to enroll until June 1st.Welcome to Moore Public Schools! We are happy to partner with you and your child. Our Pre-K programs strive to meet young children where they are by stage of development. Our teachers focus on early childhood best practices that include a social emotional framework and a comprehensive curriculum focused on early literacy and mathematical concepts. The goal for every MPS Pre-K class is to provide a balance of social emotional development and academics through purposeful play. We want each child to experience joyful learning. Welcome to our MPS family!A half day program is available in either the morning or the afternoon at the following schools:
Early: 8:30-11:00 or 12:30-3:00 Fairview, Red OakLate: 9:15-11:45 or 1:15-3:45 Broadmoore, Bryant, Houchin, Santa Fe, Sky Ranch, Sooner, Southgate-Rippetoe, Timber CreekPod: 9:00-11:30 or 1:00-3:30 Central, EarlywineStudent(s) must be at least four years of age on or before September 1, 2023. The parent or legal guardian must be a resident of the Moore Public School District.Moore Public School's pre-kindergarten program is a voluntary, space available program. The maximum class size is 20 students and will be taught by an Early Childhood Certified teacher. Each class will also have a teacher assistant. Children must be completely potty-trained. Diapers and pull-ups are not allowed. Students should also be able to clean themselves after using the toilet.The district does not provide transportation for our PreK programs.Please make sure your daycare will transport to the choices you make.There will be NO changes made after placement.SELECTION PROCEDURESA lottery drawing will be held to determine placement. Only verified applications will be part of the drawing. Spots will be filled based on availability of the 3 choices selected. If there is not an available spot based on your choices, the student will be placed on a waitlist. If an opening occurs at any of the sites, applicants will be contacted in the order of their place on the waiting list.ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES
You will enroll your student online as a new student. Do NOT use the parent portal to enroll a Pre-K student. You will need to upload the required documents listed below. As applications are submitted, all documents will be checked and verified. Only applications with all required documents will be entered in the lottery drawing. Denied applications will not be part of the drawing until they are resubmitted with the correct documents.NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
Parents will be notified by email on March 27th of their child’s placement. Parents are responsible for checking their email. NO OTHER NOTIFICATION WILL BE PROVIDED. BE SURE TO CHECK SPAM/JUNK FOLDERS.
Must be uploaded at the time that the online enrollment application is completed. Failure to upload all required documents could result in your child not being placed.
❑ Certified, State issued birth certificate - We will not accept the hospital one with foot prints.
❑ Choose one proof of residency from the list below. Proof of Residence must be in the parent/guardian name. If you reside with someone and do not have one of the required proofs of residency in your name click here. You will NOT be able to enroll until June 1st.
- Gas, water or electric bill
- Must be current within the last 30 days
- It must be the top portion of the bill showing the customer name and service address. We will not accept the remittance/mailing portion.
- Builder contract (closing date must be within 90 days)
- Mortgage statement
- Lease/rental contract
- We need the first page showing the name, address and lease terms and the signature page signed by the parent and the landlord.
❑ Current Immunization Record or Completed Exemption Form (Immunizations must be completed before the child is allowed to enter school)
- 4 doses of DTP/DtaP
- 3 doses of IPV/OPV
- 1 dose MMR
- 3 doses Hep B
- 2 doses Hep A
- 1 dose Varicella (chicken pox) or history of disease
Click below to begin the online enrollment application.
- Gas, water or electric bill
Does MPS offer a full day pre-k program?
No, all pre-k programs are half day.
How old does my student have to be to attend pre-k?
Students must be 4 on or before September 1, 2023 to enroll in Pre-K.
Can my pre-k student ride the bus?
No. Transportation is not provided for pre-k students. Parents must arrange transportation for pre-k students.