Early Childhood/Pre-Kindergarten


Pre-Kindergarten Class with Charlitta Scott (Teacher, left ) and Tamara Williams (Noon Hour Aid, left)

Moses Field School is now enrolling eligible Pre-kindergarten age students for the Detroit Public Schools Foundation for Early Childhood program.

The program provides a high quality early learning experience for special needs and general education students 4 years of age by December 1st.

The Early childhood Programs are comprised of two prekindergarten programs the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) and Title I.  Students selected for the Great Start Readiness Program must have least two (2) risk factors or meet the income guidelines.  The selection process for Title I students are selected based on the needs of the school community.

Detroit Public Schools prekindergarten classroom curriculum, is aligned with the National Early Childhood Standards, the early childhood programs are monitored through an inclusive and collaborative approach.  The building principal, central staff and program supervisors monitor teaching and learning through the prekindergarten classroom visitation system, teacher evaluation, student assessments Child Observation Record (COR) and through a formalized process, the Program Quality Assessment (PQA).

Providing a high quality education is the purpose of the Foundation’s work. Our commitment to the district’s youngest learners is unwavering.  We realize that an early childhood education is an investment in the nation’s future.

Documents Needed for Application Process:

  1. Birth Certificate (This information is needed to determine eligibility)
  2. Proof of Income (W-2, Pay Stubs, Public Assistance documents, etc.)
  3. Completed Child Application Form
  4. Proof of Disability (if applicable)

The Early Childhood programs within the Detroit Public Schools is an ongoing process throughout the school year.





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