Children living in the Sidney City School district who are between the ages of 3 and 5 who are determined eligible for special education services through a multi-factored evaluation process receive preschool services free of charge. We welcome all children with disabilities. Transportation is provided according to the child’s IEP.
In addition, we offer the preschool opportunity for typically developing children. Typically developing children can attend for a monthly fee and parents are required to provide transportation. Registration for the next school year will begin in March. Openings are limited and acceptance of typical children will be on a first come, first served basis with completed online registration and paid registration fee - there is no residential requirement for typically developing children.
Our program does not discriminate in any way on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, or socio-economic status.
Every child attending preschool must complete our online registration using Final Forms.
Additionally, initial registration requires the following pieces of information for permanent records:
- Child’s Birth Certificate
- Immunization Record - shots must be up to date in accordance with the state guidelines
- Proof of Residency - mortgage, lease/rental agreement, phone/water/utility bill, pay stub
- Proof of Custody (as applicable)
- Proof of Income (as applicable for those who fall in Income Levels A-E)
Mandatory online registration using Final Forms can be done by visiting www.sidney-oh.finalforms.com.
All typically developing children who take part in the preschool program will be asked to pay a registration fee of $25, due at the time of registration.
**Registration will be marked complete when forms online are fully submitted, additional required documentation is provided, and the registration fee is paid.**
MEDICAL & DENTAL STATEMENTS
Prior to the first day of school, every child must provide their IMMUNIZATION RECORD and MEDICAL/DENTAL STATEMENTS. Immunizations must be up to date in accordance with state guidelines. Medical and Dental Statements must be signed by a doctor. (all linked to the right)