Pre-Kindergarten Programs

         "Pre-K, Kid's First" Program
4 Year Olds
Booker T. Washington Elementary
Jefferson Elementary
Southern Heights Elementary
Will Rogers Elementary

      "Pre-K, Kid's First" 
"Pre-K, Kid's First" is the voluntary Pre-K Grant Program funded by the New Mexico Public Education Department. The program addresses the total developmental needs of 4 year-old children including physical, cognitive, social and emotional needs, and includes health, nutrition, safety, and multicultural sensitivity.
The program's 6 classrooms are housed at Booker T. Washington Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Will Rogers Elementary, and Southern Height Elementary. Each classroom has a certified teacher.
According to State Pre-K guidelines, students qualifying to attend the program must live in the Edison, Taylor, Southern Heights, Jefferson, Murray or Will Rogers Elementary districts. Registration is held during Kindergarten Roundup each year. Students must be 4 years old by September 1st. Parents must provide birth certificate, shot records, and proof of address at registration. Transportation is not provided. For more information contact 433-0100.

Child Find Services 

Toddler Reading

      Child Find is a special education service provided by Hobbs Schools for identifying children from ages three through twenty-one who are suspected of having an educational disability and who may be eligible for special education and related services.
The process begins with a review or screening of available information about the child. When screening indicates the possibility of an educational disability, the child is evaluated in relevant areas. Screening, assessments and evaluation services are available at no charge to eligible children. When results indicate that a child is disabled and in need of special education services, an individualized plan is developed. This will be either an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Individualized Service Plan, depending on the age and residency of the child. Special education services are provided free of charge.
Most referrals are made directly by a child's parents. Referrals (with parental consent) can also be made by health care providers, social workers, child care providers, and other individuals familiar with the child's development. For additional information about special education services or to request a review or screening for a child please call 433-0600 and ask to speak to the Child Find Representative. 

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