Perley Integrated Preschool
51 North Street
Georgetown, MA 01833
Margaret Maher, Principal
Amanda Harding, Director
Upcoming Preschool Screening:
March 1st & March 2nd, 2017
at the Perley Integrated Preschool
*30 minute time slots, by appointment
The preschool screening is for any Georgetown resident with a child turning three years old by August 31, 2017. The screening is designed to provide developmental information about your child. The screening is not used to determine eligibility into our preschool program. Rather, the information gathered from the screening gives preschool staff information for placement purposes and provides families with more information about their child.
Please call the preschool office to set up a screening appointment (978-352-5780).
Please email Preschool Director, Amanda Harding, at email@example.com for more information.
March 14th, 2017, 4:30pm at the Perley Preschool
The lottery is open to Georgetown residents who are interested in enrolling their preschooler in the preschool for the 2017-2018 school year. Children must be three years old by August 31, 2017 to be eligible for preschool next year.
Names are written on slips of paper and put into a large basket. Names are selected until the basket is empty. When your child's name is selected, you will have the opportunity to sign your child up for one of the open sessions. Available sessions will be displayed on large chart paper at the lottery. We ask for a $75 deposit to hold your child's spot for the next school year. We will ask for this deposit in the form of a check at the lottery. If the session you desire is not available when your child's name is selected, you can put your name on the wait list.
Our integrated preschool is a child oriented, developmentally appropriate program.
The Perley Preschool staff consists of teachers with advanced degrees and trained paraprofessionals. A speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) are also integrated into the preschool program to provide services to students with identified disabilities. These specialists are also available to consult with the preschool teachers about any concerns they have about a student that may develop throughout the school year.