Are you a confused parent who is struggling to admit your child in a pre-Kindergarten program? If yes, just log on to Manhattan's leading neighborhood news source DNAinfo.com, to get a proper guidance and help.
An article in the DNAinfo.com, titled Pre-K Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Get Your Child a Seat, is aimed at those parents who find it hard to apply for a four-year-olds pre-KG placement. The article provides a detailed analysis of all the pre-KG programs across Manhattan.
An infographic in the story displays the number of seats available compared with the number of applications for all Manhattan schools, based on the 2011 numbers. Parents can apply for up to 12 programs per child.
Our reporters have put together a top-notch analysis to help parents, said Leela de Krester, publisher and editorial director of DNAinfo.com.
As a Manhattan mom who has been through this process myself, I know how hard it is to find quality information about pre-K programs, she added.
The article is a complete guide and provides information on such details as which school offers more seats, how and when to apply, the method and priorities involved in the admission process, the notification dates, and a new app called sage, a school search tool created by a parent.