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Pre-K Application

The Wilkes County Schools Pre-K Program will be accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year in the spring. The application process begins with screening events held at each of the thirteen elementary schools. On the Pre-K Screening day, children will go through screening stations while parents complete the online application process.

All students applying for Pre-K for the 2018-19 school year must be at least 4 years old on or before August 31st.

Families are requested to attend the Pre-K screening event at the elementary school in their attendance district.  If you are not sure what school district you live in, you may call the Transportation Department at 336-667-1126 to find out.  Parents/guardians must call the school to schedule a screening appointment. See the table below to find school phone numbers and dates of screenings.  A list of items required for your child's screening appointment is also provided. Please call (336) 667-1121 if you have further questions. 
Thank you for your interest in the Pre-K Program! If you have questions about the current school year please contact the Pre-K Office at 336-667-1121.

Links for the 2018-2019 application will be available March 1.  You will complete your application at your screening appointment at your local school.  

Screening for the 2018-19 School Year

Screening Date


Phone Number

April 13, 2018

Boomer Ferguson


March 23, 2018

C.B. Eller


April 16, 2018

C.C. Wright


April 11, 2018

Millers Creek


April 20, 2018

Moravian Falls


March 26, 2018

Mount Pleasant


March 7, 2018

Mountain View


March 5, 2018



April 23, 2018

North Wilkesboro


March 9, 2018

Roaring River


March 21, 2018



March 2, 2018



April 18, 2018



Please bring YOUR CHILD

(who is 4-years-old on or before August 31, 2018) and the following documents to your appointment:

  • Child’s certified birth certificate or adoption decree.
  • Proof of income. W2s, Check Stubs or signed and dated letter from employer with hours and rate of pay are accepted, SSI Statement, Social Security Wages/Benefits Statement, Disability Payment Information, Child Support information, Direct Sales Income, Veteran Services Benefits, etc.
  • Proof of guardianship. Can include birth certificate, divorce papers, Social Services paperwork, or paperwork signed by a judge awarding custody. Custody paperwork authorized by a judge or Social Services/foster care placement is required for all children not living with their natural parent.
  • Names and phone numbers of emergency contacts Two people the school may contact in case of an emergency when the parent/guardian cannot be reached. (You will need this information when completing the application.)
  • Names and phone numbers of childs doctor and dentist. (if child has a designated doctor/dentist)
  • Child’s health insurance company name and policy number (if child has health insurance)
  •           Military branch, status, rank, and installation for any immediate family members of the child
  • Proof of residency. A current utility (power or water) bill with the service address.