MSD of Wayne Township
Application for Title I Pre-Kindergarten
Welcome to the MSD of Wayne Township's
Three Step Application Process
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our new student applications for Pre-Kindergarten will be a three step process.
Complete online application information for students who meet the age and residency requirements.
Schedule a time to complete the Pre-Kindergarten screener.
Upon notification of placement in the program, complete the required onsite school enrollment on July 8, 2020.
To finalize the application process for your child, you will need to provide 2 proofs of residency and your child's shot records and birth certificate.
The Title I Pre-Kindergarten program is only open to four elementary schools: Garden City, Maplewood, Rhoades, and Stout Field Elementary. To register your student in Wayne Township Title I Pre-Kindergarten program, your family must live within one of these four school boundaries.
Title I Pre-Kindergarten Enrollment:
Children must be 4 years old by August 1, 2020
This is only open to students living in the: Garden City, Maplewood, Rhoades, or Stout Field school areas.
This is an application process, not all who register will be placed in the Title I Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
Step 1: Complete the application form:
Pre-Kindergarten at Garden City, Maplewood, Rhoades or Stout Field program Application
Step 2: Schedule a screening session
A representative from one of the four schools will contact families in early May to notify of a screening time.
Step 3: Complete on July 8th / Required Documents for Step 2
Once screenings are completed, families are notified of placement, and schools are re-opened, you will be contacted to finalize your student's registration. To complete the process, you will need to provide the following information:
2 proofs of residency
We are excited that you have chosen to begin your child's education here in the MSD of Wayne Township. Please check back to the MSD of Wayne Township's website for updated information regarding school closures due to the pandemic.