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Preschool Spots Available At 24 Fresno Schools

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The Fresno Unified School District will host preschool registration at three schools to allow parents to enroll their kids into the early learning programs.

Preschool spots are available at 24 campuses!

To be eligible, your child needs to have turned 4-years-old by October 1, 2013.

Fresno Unified School District is urging parents to take advantage of this opportunity for all eligible children.

The enrolment events will take place on Saturday, October 19th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the following locations:

Registration Site: Lowell Elementary School - 171 N. Poplar Ave.
School To Attend: Addams, Anthony, Columbia, Fremont, Jefferson, Kirk, Muir, Sunset, Webster

Registration Site: Olmos Elementary School - 550 S. Garden Ave.
School To Attend: Burroughs, Calwa, Olmos, Turner, Winchell

Registration Site: Pyle Elementary School - 4140 N. Augusta Ave.
School To Attend: Birney, Centennial, Duncan LEEP, Eaton, Homan, Mayfair, Pyle, Vinland, Wishon, Wolters

 

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