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Friday, August 10, 2012 - 13:22
The NMSU School for Young Children said it was accepting applications for the "Roadrunner" N.M. pre-K program for fall enrollment.
The free program is open to the children of NMSU students, faculty and staff of the Las Cruces community. Sessions would be held morning and afternoon Monday through Thursday.
According to the program officials, children must be four years old on or before Sept. 1 to qualify for the program and must also be scheduled to attend a qualifying school for kindergarten. Qualifying schools include: Alameda, Booker T. Washington, Central, Cesar Chavez, Columbia, Conlee, Dona Ana, East Picacho, Hermosa Heights, Loma Heights, MacArthur, Mesilla Park, Sunrise, Tombaugh, University Hills and Valley View elementary schools.
For more information about enrollment in the program, contact Renate Bone from 9-11 a.m. at 575-646-1651 or by email at email@example.com.
The NMSU School for Young Children will also sponsor the Child and Adult Care Food Program for all its programs, which include the toddler "Turtles," age three to five "Bobcats" and the pre-kindergarten "Roadrunners."
The program is open to qualifying individuals who meet the income/household standards. An income eligibility chart and application are available at the NMSU School for Young Children and online at www.NewMexicoKids.org.