Davis Early Childhood Center for Technology

PTO Meeting April 4 at 6:30 PM



Attention Parents/Guardians of:

 

Rising 4K, 5K, and 1st grade students

 

Registration for the 2017-2018 School-year begins

 

JANUARY 25TH

 

Online Registration Form


You MUST have the following information at the time of registration:

 

· Child’s Birth Certificate (long form required)


· Child’s Immunization Certificate


· Two Proofs of residence (one utility bill and a lease/mortgage)


· Proof of income for full-day 4K only


(acceptable forms of proof-child’s Medicaid card, parent/guardian’s

pay stub or 
income tax information)

 

YOU MUST REGISTER

AT THE SCHOOL

SERVING THE ATTENDANCE ZONE IN WHICH YOU LIVE.

 

Criteria:

 

1. Child must be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2017.

2. Family Income MUST meet Federal Free & Reduced Lunch

Guidelines for 
full-day 4K programs only.

 

4K Screenings will take place in May & June

 

LIMITED SPACE IS AVAILABLE




Birthdate Chart

2016-17 School Supply List

2016-17 Calendar

Free & Reduced Lunch Online Application

District Meal Policy

Click here to download our updated Lexington Two school enrollment form.  This is a districtwide universal enrollment form.  Simply print this form, complete it, and bring it to your child's school along with any additional information needed and complete the registration process.  CLICK HERE for the enrollment form in Spanish!



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Congratulations to Mrs. Taylor Gepper
2017 - 2018 Teacher of the Year!




Find Out More About Our After-School Program
Partnering with the Boys & Girls Club


To ensure that parents and students are treated fairly in our schools, the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) has a policy allowing for parents to resolve problems they or their children encounter at school by contacting the SCDE’s Ombudsman, Wanda Davis, at wdavis@ed.sc.gov, (803) 734-8485 should they not be satisfied by local remedies. 
Para asegurarnos de que los padres y los estudiantes son tratados de manera justa en nuestras escuelas, el Departamento de Educación de Carolina del Sur (SCDE) tiene la política que permite a los padres resolver los problemas que ellos o sus hijos enfrentan en la escuela contactando al Defensor del SCDE, Wanda Davis, wdavis @ ed.sc.gov, (803) 734-8485 en caso de que no se sientan satisfechos después de haber agotado todos los recursos y haber seguido los procedimientos disponibles en las escuelas para resolver su caso.