First Class Pre-K

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  • Did you know that there are currently openings for the current school year in some of St. Clair County's Pre-K programs?  If your child was four years old on or before September 1, 2020 they are eligible!  Use the link below to register:

    Alabama First Class Pre-K Registration


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    About the St. Clair County Pre-K Program

    The St. Clair County Pre-K handbook is available to provide information concerning the program.  The handbook can be viewed using the following link: 

    St. Clair County Pre-K Video Handbook

    The St. Clair County Board of Education has been in partnership with the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education since 2007.  St. Clair County currently has 18 classrooms throughout the county.  Alabama leads the nation in ensuring quality while expanding program access.  Alabama's strong quality policies result in high quality learning experiences and teaching, higher than research finds as a national average.  The links below contain important information concerning Alabama's First Class Pre-K Program:

    Achievement Gap Closures and Gains in Albama's First Class Pre-K's

    Alabama's First Class Pre-K Program Outcomes and Impacts

    2019-2020 Alabama Data Snapshot

    St. Clair County Pre-K Facebook Page

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    St. Clair County Schools Pre-K

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    St. Clair County Twitter

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    St. Clair County Pre-K Twitter Page

    St. Clair County School's 2020-2021 Pre-K Lottery and Registration

    Each spring, a public lottery is announced for the Pre-K program.  Children must be registered through Alabama Pre-K Connect to be eligible for the lottery. Students should be registered for the school they are zoned to attend. Each year the drawing will continue untill all students that registered are drawn for a classroom or drawn for the Pre-K waiting list. 

    The 2020-2021 Pre-K lottery was held on March 17.  Due to the increased risks of health concerns, the St. Clair County Pre K lottery was not open to the public. However, it was monitored by the Department of Early Childhood Education and videotaped.

    Pre-K registration will remain open throughout the year with those who register being added to the waiting list in order of registration and added to classrooms as positions become available. 


    St. Clair County School's 2021-2022 Pre-K Program Lottery and Registration

    The St. Clair County Board of Education and the Alabama Office of School Readiness with the support of the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education continue to operate and offer quality Pre-K classrooms in the St. Clair County School System for the 2021-2022 academic year. We have a total of 18 Pre-Kindergarten classes in St. Clair County.   District zoning requirements are in effect for this program.  Please register for the school in which you are zoned.  If you are unsure of the school zone in which you reside, please call the board office at 205-594-7131 or your local elementary school.   If a student is registered out of zone, their name will be dropped to the bottom of the list.  Priority will be given to in zone students.

    Online Pre-Registration for next year’s 2021-2022 St. Clair County Pre-K classrooms at Ashville Elementary, Margaret Elementary, Moody Elementary,   Odenville Elementary, Ragland Elementary  and Springville Elementary will be available on our district website  and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood,  beginning Friday, January 15, 2021.  Pre-Registration forms must be completed online by Thursday, March 11, 2021 to be eligible for the random drawing.  Any registrations after this date will automatically be placed on the wait list.   Applicants must be four years of age on or before September 1, 2021.

    We will draw 16 students for each classroom.  The remaining students will continue to be drawn and numbered in the order they are drawn. This will be the order of the waiting list as new students are added to a classroom.  Our goal is to have 18 students in each classroom, but we must make sure we can meet the needs of all students before we add. NOTE: If a program has multiple birth siblings (twins, triplets, etc.) all names should be placed in the drawing separately. If one, but not all, multiple birth siblings are drawn before the classroom cap at 16, the drawing should cease at this point and the 1 or 2 multiple birth siblings should be added to the classroom roster to reach full classroom enrollment.

    The tuition for the class will be on a sliding scale.  Students with free or reduced child nutrition status will pay $10.00 per week and full paid child nutrition status will pay $25.00 per week.   The hours of the Pre-K programs are from 7:30-2:00.  Pre-Kindergarten students are not eligible to ride a school bus with different age students; therefore parents/guardians are responsible for transportation to and from school.  We do not offer before or after school care for Pre-Kindergarten students.

    The 2021-2022 Pre-K classes will be selected by a random selection drawing on March 18, 2021 at the St. Clair County Board of Education office in Ashville.  Due to the pandemic, the drawing will be closed to the public.  A representative from the Department of Early Childhood will be available to monitor virtually.  Classroom teachers will notify parents in early April that their child was selected for a class and provide additional information regarding the program including a listing of required forms for enrolling in St. Clair County Schools.    In addition, parents will be required to respond to an email from the Department of Early Childhood for acceptance in the program. 


    If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Tice, Pre-Kindergarten Administrator ( or Melanie Stone, Pre-Kindergarten Administrative Assistant ( or call St. Clair County Board of Education at 205-594-7131.

    St. Clair County Schools do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, national origin, creed, age, marital status, in or disability in educational programs, activities, or employment policies as required by Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments and Section 504 of the Federal Requirements Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

    To learn more about the Office of School Readiness Pre-K grants go to 

    Online Pre-registration for the 2021-2022 St. Clair County's Pre-K program available January 15, 2021. 

    To register your Pre-K student please use the following link:

    Alabama First Class Pre-K Online Registration

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    Lunch Forms

    Once you are selected and register online for your location in Powerschool, please fill out the Free/Reduced Lunch Application. Filling out this application will help your school receive an accurate classification and may even increase funding while also helping your family out by granting your student either free or reduced meal prices. Pre-K tuition is based on Free/Reduced Meal status.  A new Free/Reduced Meal Application MUST be completed each school year to determine if your child is eligible for benefits.  

    Beginning Tuesday September 8, 2020 ALL St. Clair County students, regardless of their lunch status (free, reduced, or full paid) will receive breakfast and lunch for FREE everyday. Once this benefit ends, your child will resume paying based on their eligibility status. Children not enrolled may also benefit from these meals. Please call 594-2022 for information on which sites will be serving to all children 18 years and younger.
    We encourage you to complete a Free/Reduced Meal application as soon as possible to see if you qualify for assistance and to avoid a lapse in benefits when the free meal program ends.

    Complete your 2020-2021 Application ONLINE today! Use St Clair County Board of Education as the District name at


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    First Class Pre-K Reopening and Operating Framework Guidelines

    Throughout the Covid-19  pandemic period St. Clair County's Pre-K program will follow the guidelines set forth by the St. Clair County School system and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education.  More information can be found by folling the link below:

    ADECE Roadmap to Reopening Schools

    Starting at Zero

    The award-winning documentary film, “Starting at Zero: Reimagining Education in America,” focuses on Alabama’s nationally-recognized First Class Pre-K program and highlights state leaders, including Governor Ivey, who continue to strongly support the expansion of and prioritize investment in high quality early learning and care programs.

    The documentary was filmed at locations throughout Alabama in 2017-2019 and prominently features First Class Pre-K and First Teacher Home Visiting educators, Department staff, and business and community stakeholders.

    Starting at Zero

    Parent Resources


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    Alabama Strong Start, Strong Finish!

    Reading Connections:  Tips for Reading Success

    Conscious Discipline

    Help Me Grow Alabama

    Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education

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