GCISD offers a Full Day State-Based Pre-Kindergarten Program 

Qualification and registration will begin on April 16, 2018 and will be on-going throughout the year. For qualification, please contact the Language Assessment Center at 817-251-5231.

ELIGIBILITY
To be eligible for the Pre-Kindergarten Program, a child must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of the upcoming school year. The child is eligible for enrollment in the Pre-K program if he/she meets any of the following criteria:

  • be unable to speak and comprehend the English Language; or
  • be educationally disadvantaged (eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program); or
  • be homeless; or
  • be the child of an active duty member of the armed forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserved component of the armed forces, whose ordered to active duty by proper authority; or
  • have ever been in the conservatorship of Child Protective Services (foster care) following an adversary hearing.

    Language Assessment Center
    Any student who has a language other than English listed on his/her Home Language Survey should visit the Language Assessment Center for qualification and registration assistance.

    GCISD Language Assessment Center
    3050 Timberline Drive
    817-251-5231

         Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

What to bring:

  • Parent's ID
  • Child's Birth Certificate
  • Proof of income (last 2 pay stubs)
  • The child for language assessment

Programa Estatal de Pre-Kindergarten

Para ser elegible para el programa de medio día estatal de Prekindergarten en el distrito escolar, el niño/a debe tener los 4 años cumplidos para el 1 de septiembre del año escolar al que asistirá. El niño/a es elegible para inscribirse en el programa si cumple cualquiera de los siguientes requisitos:

  • El estudiante es incapáz de hablar y comprender el idioma inglés (se debe completar el Cuestionario de Idioma Hogareño (Home Language Survey), o
  • El estudiante no tiene hogar, como es definido por (42 U.S.C. &11302), o
  • El estudiante tiene una desventaja económica (vea la lista para los documentos requeridos), o
  • El estudiante es dependiente del personal militar, o
  • El estudiante está bajo la custodia (foster care) del Departamento de Servicios Familiares y de Protección (por sus siglas en inglés: DFPS, Department of Family and Protective Services) a raíz de una audiencia adversa.