Enrollment Information

How to Enroll Your Child in Community Education Programs

Please note that some documents/information may have been provided to the school.  Due to licensing requirements and/or the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) we may require you to complete those forms/documents again. 




Persons to Contact


Children age 3-5, that are not eligible for kindergarten. 


Children must be potty trained.


Students in developmental preschool are not required to be potty trained.

 Community Education Application

Emergency Contact Card

PHLOTE (Language Survey)

McKinney-Vento Form

Student Health Survey

Developmental Survey

EIS Authorization (Technology)

Parent Handbook Acknowledgment

Birth Certificate

Proof of Residency

Immunization Record


Barbara Staten


(623) 388-2120



For program questions or tours:


Desert Oasis

Patricia Delgado

(623) 556-5888



Nadaburg Elementary

Mary Soto

(623) 388-2321


Early Head Start

Ages 1-3 years old


Meets financial requirements established by Early Head Start program.

County Enrollment

Same as preschool above for the school.

Sandy Gouak

Early Head Start Lead

(623) 388-2321


First Things First Scholarship

Accepted and enrolled in a preschool program.

State assistance notice dated in the past 6 months or prior year tax return and one full month of current pay stub for each working parent/guardian or letter stating unemployed


First Things First Application

All documents listed under preschool

Barbara Staten

(623) 388-2120


Before/After School Program

Extended preschool for children enrolled in a preschool program

Before/after school for school aged children grades K-6

Community Education Application

Emergency Contact Card

Immunization Record

Parent Handbook Acknowledgement

Barbara Staten


(623) 388-2120


Forms and Documents
1617 Community Education Application.pdf
Community Education - Handbook 2016-2017.pdf
PHLOTE (Language Survey)
2016-17 First Things First Scholarship Application​​​​