Pre-K Counts

Pre-K Counts

Pre-K Counts classrooms operate throughout the school year to provide high-quality preschool services to
4-year-olds at all elementary schools in York City. Research-based curriculum supports preschoolers’ intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth and helps children prepare to transition successfully into kindergarten. Children also receive developmental and health screenings, including dental, vision and hearing. In addition to the classrooms provided at York City School District buildings, Community Progress Council operates one Pre-K Counts classroom at its main office in York.

Who Qualifies for Pre-K Counts?

Services are offered free of cost to families in York City who meet federal income guidelines. Services may also be available for homeless families, foster children and children with disabilities.


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Federal Poverty Income Guidelines


By building a quality early education system, Pre-K Counts prepares children for the best educational experience possible from the early years through graduation.

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Primary Location

31 N. Pershing Ave.
York, PA 17401

Pre-K Counts classrooms are located in all elementary schools in York City, and one classroom in CPC's Noell Building in York.


Questions about Pre-K Counts? Contact Community Progress Council today.

Julie Fabie
Pre-K Counts Supervisor

717-845-3571, ext. 4004


Malika Lucas
Pre-K Counts Education Coordinator



Madeline Kaiser
Pre-K Counts Education Coordinator