Harrison County Pre-K registration held online due to coronavirus


CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Pre-K registration deadline for the 2020-2021 school year was on Tuesday for parents to register their children. Harrison County School officials said they’ve had an excellent response to online Pre-K registration thus far, according to a press release sent out Friday, May 29.

Hundreds of parents have utilized the online registration portal, but according to Harrison County Board of Education officials, parents/guardians must realize their Pre-K registration process is not complete until the Pre-K packet is turned in at any elementary school. 

“If you’ve completed the online registration and turned in your packet, you will receive a letter from the county office in July stating the placement for your child, and if you still need to complete registration or turn in a packet, there will be some more packet information about how to turn that in later this summer,” said Harrison County Schools media specialist, Elayna Jenkins.

Because of COVID-19, the registration process was taken online to help limit the spread of the virus within the community.

Any child who is four years old on or before June 30th is eligible to enroll.

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