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Are there preschool programs in New Hanover County schools for children who miss the cutoff?

Pressley Baird
StarNews

New Hanover County Schools requires that a child be 4 years old by Aug. 31 for its preschool programs in addition to meeting other qualifying factors, said Ed Adams, principal at Johnson Pre-K center.

The 3-year-olds who miss that age cutoff can attend the county’s Head Start program, which is located at the Johnson Pre-K center on 1100 McRae Street, or a private pre-kindergarten facility. For more information on Head Start programs, call 251-6155.

NOTE: This answer was updated from a 2010 question.

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One Response to “ Are there preschool programs in New Hanover County schools for children who miss the cutoff?”

  1. On August 10, 2010 at 11:43 am Debra Worden wrote:

    I live in brunswick county are there any preschool programs for children after the cutoff date..



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