Our State-Funded Preschool Program at the Fullerton School District is a Participant of the California State Department of Education and Orange County Quality Start. Our preschool program provides comprehensive child development services for children 3-5 years of age and their families, which includes educational, health, social, nutritional services, and parent education. Our program is committed to the quality of care and education in early learning. High-quality Early Learning helps children with critical thinking, social-emotional skills, self- regulation, language, and math. These skills prepare children to succeed in kindergarten and throughout school grades. Our classroom environment meets each child’s unique learning style by offering developmentally and age-appropriate hands-on experiences.
Registration Update for Preschool for 2020-2021
California State Preschool will be collecting completed registration packets beginning Monday, April 27, 2020. This will take place Monday - Friday from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of the main office of Fullerton School District 1401 W. Valencia Drive, Fullerton, 92833.
Registration packet drop off:
- A box is available for you to leave your complete packet with the required documents.
- This box is located on a table labeled "Preschool Enrollment Packets."
- Yellow envelopes are available for you to place the preschool packet inside and seal it to protect your privacy.
- Preschool Staff will contact you to make an appointment to finalize the enrollment.
- New Preschool Enrollment Packets are available, if needed.
Locations: Commonwealth, Hermosa Drive, Maple, Orangethorpe, Pacific Drive, Richman, Valencia Park, and Woodcrest Elementary Schools.
State-Funded Preschool Contact Information Office # 714 447-7499 Fax # 714-447-7468
Fullerton School District/ Child Development Services
1401 W. Valencia Drive Fullerton, CA 92833
State Preschool 2019-2020
Income Ceilings-Child Care and Development Programs
Assembly Bill (AB) 2626 (Chapter 945, Statutes of 2018) amended EC Section 8263.1. Effective July 1, 2019, for families initially establishing eligibility for subsidized early learning and care services based on income, a family’s adjusted monthly income must be at or below 85 percent of the SMI, adjusted for family size. This is the same percentage being used to determine ongoing eligibility.