Parents and Guardians
Welcome to our site for Parents and Guardians! Below you will find links to key services and tools.
Early screenings are important. As a PKC provider, Interboro shall ensure all children have had the opportunity to receive the recommended vision, hearing, and health screenings. By August 20, 2023, families are requested to submit the following documentation. If the child’s screening is not current (within 180 days of the start of the school year), Interboro SD will provide these services during the school year. Examinations must be dated between February 1, 2023 and August 1, 2023.
PreK Counts Providers - For a full list of PreK Counts providers identified by county, please visit the site!
Early Intervention - To learn more about DCIU's preschool special education services, designed to help children with special needs before they enter Kindergarten, are free to eligible children who reside within Delaware County. Info includes:
- Free screening and developmental assessments for children whose families, pediatricians, etc. have concerns
- A multidisciplinary team of certified/licensed early interventionists assesses each child’s learning strengths and needs and makes recommendations about eligibility for special education programming
- An IEP (Individualized Education Plan) is developed for children found to be eligible for special education services
HeadStart - If a family is at or below 100% of federal poverty level, the child is eligible for PreK Counts but may also be eligible for Head Start. Head Start may better serve the needs of some children and families due to the additional services they can offer. Interboro SD does not have any HeadStart classrooms in the District. Interboro School District will notify you if you may be eligible for Headstart and require a sign off to acknowledge receipt of this information.
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