Welcome to Warren County Preschool!
The Warren County Preschool Program will empower each student to communicate effectively, make responsible choices, develop critical thinking skills and solve problems.
Lorie Richey, Preschool Director
Beth Schaeffer, Preschool Consultant
Kim Cunningham, Preschool Data Clerk
Preschool Open Enrollment Begins April 17. You may print the packet from the link below or by going to the school that is near you.
Preschool Registration Packet
School Opening and Closing Times
Congratulations to Beth Schaeffer,
March 2017 Golden Apple Winner!!
Congratulations to all 14 of our elementary schools for earning a 5-Star recognition in the new KY ALL STARS rating system for quality early childhood education!!!!
Click this link to see an alphabetized listing of street and road names in Warren County to determine which of our schools your child will attend.
ATTENTION! Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, a child must be at least 5 years old by August 1 in order to enroll in Kindergarten. If your child does not meet this age requirement, our district offers early enrollment to Kindergarten. Click HERE for the information.
How to Enroll in Preschool
The preschool program is provided free for 3- and 4-year-old children who have been identified as having a developmental delay. The program is also provided free for children who will turn 4 years old by August 1 of the current school year and meet (FPIG) Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
You may contact the school in which you child would attend to complete an eligibility application or contact Kim Cunningham by email at Kim.Cunningham@Warren.KySchools.US or by phone at 270-904-0546 if you have any questions.
Preschool Registation for All Warren County Elementary Schools
You will need:
* Current Kentucky Immunization Certificate
* Proof of Residency (Electric bill, etc)
* State-issued Birth Certificate or Reliable Proof of Age and Identification
* Physical Examination
Your Child's Education
Each day brings each child opportunites to work, investigate and grow through interactions in the preschool setting. The preschool experience can be thought of in three different areas that promote learning: environments, routines and interactions.