VPK applications due

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Applications of interest are now being accepted for the Pre-K/VPK (voluntary pre-kindergarten) program operated by the Title One Office of Marion County Public Schools. This full-day program takes place during the normal 2011-2012 school year and is not related to Summertime VPK programs.

Applications are available at participating school sites, the Title One Office (306 N.W. 7th Ave. in Ocala) and at www.marion.k12.fl.us/dept/fep/index.cfm.

This program is widely popular but has limited seating. Admission is based on a random selection of applications submitted or postmarked by the deadline of 5 p.m. on March 11.

Parents or guardians of students accepted into the regular school year program will be notified via telephone call from the district’s Title One Office starting March 23. Those not selected will be placed on a waiting list in random order and notified in a letter from the Title One office.

Title One Pre-K/VPK applications may be returned in five ways:

·        In person at the Title One office at 306 N.W. 7th Ave. in Ocala.

·        Mailed to the Title One office at 306 N.W. 7th Ave., Ocala, FL, 34475.

·        Faxed to the Title One office at 352-620-7604.

·        Phoned in to the Title One office at 352-620-7652.

·        Online at www.marion.k12.fl.us/dept/fep/index.cfm.

To be eligible, children must be 4 years old by Sept. 010, 2011, and live within the attendance zone of their participating school. Regular school-year Pre-K/VPK will be offered in 17 classrooms at 11 public elementary sc0ho00ols: Anthony, College Park, East Marion, Evergreen, Fessenden, Fort McCoy, Oakcrest, Reddick-Collier, Sparr, Stanton-Weirsdale, and Wyomina Park. Transportation is provided for those students accepted into the program and meeting eligibility requirements.

For more information, contact the Title One office of Marion County Public Schools at 352.620.7652.

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