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Beauregard Early Childhood Network

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Students must be four years old on or before September 30, 2022, and reside in the school district of the school they plan to attend to enroll in pre-kindergarten.Teacher and Students





Parents must provide the following documents with the application:

** A birth certificate verifying the child is four years old on or before September 30, 2022

** A social security card issued in the child’s name

** A current and up-to-date immunization record in the child’s name

** Driver’s license/Photo ID of parent or guardian (and custody papers if applicable)

** Proof of residency in the school district Click here to see a list of acceptable documents.

** Proof of income for each adult in the household Click here to see a list of acceptable documents.


Pre-K applications are now online  


Please watch this video to see step by step instructions on how to complete the online Pre-K application.


To fill out an online Pre-K application click

An incomplete application and lack of documentation will keep your application from being processed.  Feel free to contact your school for assistance with your application.


As directed by Louisiana’s Early Childhood Education Act, Beauregard Parish has worked together to create a unified system of high quality, publicly-funded options to families to ensure more children enter school kindergarten ready. This network is a local early childhood community network that includes every public Pre-Kindergarten, Child Care, and Head Start program within the parish.

The state coordinates these community networks by designating a Lead Agency for each community to coordinate essential activities, specifically observations and enrollment. The Lead Agency also serves as fiscal agent.

  • conduct administrative functions for the community network
  • coordinate CLASS observations assuring that accurate observations are conducted for all Toddler and Pre-K classrooms and that feedback is provided to all programs
  • coordinate the birth-to-age-five enrollment and the state funding application for the community network

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Our network has been rated 

for overall measures of classroom quality

by the Louisiana Department of Education

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