Preschool Promise offers free, high-quality preschool for 3 and 4-year-old children from income-eligible families, in a variety of classroom settings throughout Marion and Polk counties.
Preschool Promise details:
All Preschool Promise Programs are licensed and adhere to quality standards:
- At least 900 instructional hours
- Complies with state licensing requirements
- Serves nutritious meals
- Hosts parent-teacher conferences
- Administers child assessments and developmental screenings
Preschool Promise Eligibility
Families with income up to 200% of the Federal poverty level are eligible for Preschool Promise.
2021 Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
Gross Income Limits
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Currently listed with the Department of Human Services and able to accept Employment Related Daycare (ERDC)?
Is extended care (before and/or after the Preschool Promise day) available?
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In addition to preschoolers, serving:
BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Representation on Staff
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