PRE-K COUNTS

Pre-K Counts provides no cost pre-kindergarten education for eligible children ages 3 to 5.

 

Riverview Christian Early Learning Center was awarded the Pre-K Counts grant in July, 2019. The grant allows us to deliver high-quality pre-kindergarten programs to 60 age-appropriate children at no cost to income eligible families in Berks County. Children must be between age three and the entry age for kindergarten and living in families earning up to 300 percent of the poverty level (family of four with gross income of $75,300). Children may also be impacted by other risk factors, such as English Language Learners, family in the welfare system, or having disabilities or developmental delays.

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Riverview Christian Early Learning Center is a non-profit, non-discriminatory, service organization established in 1987. We are licensed and certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services and comply with all standards set forth by that department. We are also a  Keystone Stars   STAR 4  Center, the highest level achievable. We are affiliated with Riverview Christian Church which meets in the same building as our school. More information about our church can be found at  RiverviewChristianMinistries.org

Riverview Christian Early Learning Center is a non-profit, non-discriminatory, service organization established in 1987. We are licensed and certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services and comply with all standards set forth by that department. We are also a Keystone Stars STAR 4 Center, the highest level achievable. We are affiliated with Riverview Christian Church which meets in the same building as our school. More information about our church can be found at RiverviewChristianMinistries.org

 
Expanding access to high-quality, early childhood education is a proven investment and priority for Pennsylvania. Pre-K Counts provides high-quality pre-kindergarten services to at-risk three- and four-year olds at no cost to families. Children living in families earning up to 300 percent of poverty, or a family of four earning $75,000 annually, are eligible to apply. Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts is offered in school districts, Keystone STARS 3 and 4 child care programs, Head Start programs, and licensed nursery schools.

Expanding access to high-quality, early childhood education is a proven investment and priority for Pennsylvania. Pre-K Counts provides high-quality pre-kindergarten services to at-risk three- and four-year olds at no cost to families. Children living in families earning up to 300 percent of poverty, or a family of four earning $75,000 annually, are eligible to apply. Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts is offered in school districts, Keystone STARS 3 and 4 child care programs, Head Start programs, and licensed nursery schools.