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PreK spaces still available for New Haven 3 and 4 year olds

There are a few prek spaces available in school readiness funded programs throughout the community.  Please share the flyer which you can download here with colleagues and New Haven families with children age 3 & 4 years old.  Below is a list of programs with openings as of September 11. For more info, contact me at denised@nhboe.net  or 475-220-1470. Denise

School readiness programs with openings as of September 11: 

  • Catholic Charities
  • Centro San Jose Child Care Center

290 Grand Avenue, 777-5068

  • Child Development Center

790 Grand Avenue, 772-1131

 

 

  • Creative ME

410 Blake Street, 859-2804

 

  • Farnam Neighborhood House

162 Fillmore Street, 562-9194

 

 

  • Friends Center for Children

225 East Grand Avenue, 468-1966

 

  • Gateway Community College
  • Early Learning Center

 20 Church St, 285-2130

 

 

  • Little Schoolhouse

1440 Whalley Ave, 389-6372

 

  • LULAC Head Start 836-5850
  • Faye Miller Parent & Child Center

250 Cedar Street

  • Mill River Center

375 James Street

 

  • Morning Glory Early Learning Center

1859 Chapel Street, 389-4148

49 Parmelee Avenue, 389-4149

 

  • New Haven Public Schools*
  • New Haven Preschool Program
  • New Haven Head Start

(*Multiple Sites throughout New Haven

For an appointment to register, call

475-220-1461 or 475-220-1482 )

 

  • Aedan Elementary School

351 McKinley Avenue, 387-5693

 

  • St Andrews Community Nursery School

 230 Townsend Avenue, 469-9000

 

  • Francis Elementary School

428 Ferry Street, 777-5352

 

  • United Community Nursery School

323 Temple Street, 782-0141

 

  • YMCA Youth Center

52 Howe Street, 776-9622

For more info, contact me at denised@nhboe.net  or 475-220-1470

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