Frequently Asked Questions
What are the income guidelines?
- The program is for families who meet the Federal Poverty Levels. The chart below is only for reference. Parents will need to complete an application interview to ensure that families qualify for the program based on age, income and various factors.
- A limited number of spots are available for 4 year olds who are slightly above the income guidelines
Family Size Annual Income
How do I enroll my child?
Complete and return the application along with required documents. You will then be contacted for an appointment if you qualify or if we need additional information.
What happens when the program is full?
Children are placed on a prioritized waiting list and spaces are filled from this list as room becomes available. Parents will be contacted when there is an opening.
When will my child attend (days & times)?
When children are enrolled, parents will be able to choose the morning or afternoon session (until rooms are filled). One the program is full, parents will be given the next slot available.
Morning sessions: 8:30 - 11:30 OR 9:00 - 12:00
Afternoon sessions: 12:35 - 3:35 OR 1:05 - 4:05
I want to enroll my child, but I do not have transportation. What can I do?
You can contact other ECEAP programs that may be closer to your home.
Where else can I look for preschools?
- ECEAP Everett School District: 425-385-4628
- ECEAP Volunteers of America: 425-355-5193
- ChildStrive: 425-245-8377
- Headstart: 425-712-9000 www.edcc.edu/birthtofive/
- Cooperative Preschools: 425-640-1665 www.edcc.edu
- VOA Resource Line: 425-259-2973 www.voaww.org
- Community Resource Line: 425-258-4277 www.win211.org
- Enrollment: Enrollments are done in May and the beginning of the school year.
- Health Requirements: Prior to starting, your child will need Immunizations, a Medical well child exam and a dental exam. Forms will be given out during the enrollment.
- Home Visits: Beginning late August, teachers will contact parents to set up a home visit. This visit is to find out more about your child and to talk about your goals for him/her.
- Orientation: An orientation is scheduled the day before classes start. This is an opportunity for parents to see the classrooms and the school.
The First Day of School!
Classes start mid-September. The specific start date will be determined during the summer.