The overall goal of pre-kindergarten is to provide learning experiences to help children develop and maintain the basic skills necessary to be successful in school. Queen Anne’s County Public Schools provides pre-kindergarten for all economically disadvantaged and homeless students that reach age four by September 1 in accordance with COMAR requirements. After the initial enrollment of these children, remaining vacancies are filled by children who exhibit a lack of readiness in one or more of the following areas: personal and social development, language and literacy, mathematical and scientific thinking, social studies, the arts, and physical development and health.YOUR CHILD WILL LEARN TO...
interact with people, places, and things in appropriate ways.
use a variety of modes to express experiences and thoughts and interpret messages.
engage in information-seeking behaviors.
develop confidence in oneself.
integrate prior knowledge in the learning process.
use movement and play in the learning process.
acquire positive, effective social habits.
Contact:Susan Walbert, Supervisor, Early Childhood, Title I, Title III and Migrant Education
(410) 758-2403 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org Chesterfield Avenue
Centreville, Maryland 21617
Quick Links for Curriculum
- MCCSS PREK Reading Literature
- MCCSS PREK Reading Information
- MCCSS PREK Reading Foundational Skills
- MCCSS PREK Writing
- MCCSS PREK Speaking and Listening
- MCCSS PREK Language