Superintendent David Adams says there’s currently a waiting list for the preschools that are offered at elementary schools across the district, and because of that, many kids are coming to kindergarten already behind their classmates.
“The demand has been very high,” said Adams. “It’s one of the reasons why we looked at it. A lot of our kids come to kindergarten – they are one, two, three years behind. We are interested in getting out in front to offer preschool to more kids in our community.”