Does Glendora Elementary have a pre-school program, if so, what is the age requirement?

Asked by Jenharvey, Glendora, NJ Sat Apr 11, 2009

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Larry Sarlo, Agent, North Wildwood, NJ
Sat Apr 11, 2009
Your question would be answered directing it to Gloucester Twp School district. Glendora is in Gloucester Twp

Call the District and they will answer your questions. I live and work in this same district, I know of the rec pograms avail for preschoolers but none through the schools. http://www.glotwp.com/government_services/Preschool_Program.cfm

Other than a mandated program which means your child must test for eligibility. the other Twp program is must be paid for

April 7 – 10
Mirenda Building: 636 Taranto Avenue, Blenheim

The Title I Preschool Program offered to the children in Gloucester Township is a federally funded kindergarten readiness program for children with developmental delays. It focuses on language development, general concepts, motor skills, and social skills. Participants in next year’s program must be 4 years old by September 30, 2008. Children are tested for eligibility by way of a personal interview and a standardized test.For more information about the program,Please call 856-232-8300, ext. 3301.

Larry Sarlo
Weichert Realtors
609-868-1171
http://www.lsarlo@comcast.net
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