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Kyrene schools hosting kindergarten and early education information session

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A Kindergartner Doing Classwork. Photo Courtesy Of Paradise Valley Unified School District

Parents interested in learning about early education programs at all Kyrene schools are invited to attend our Preschool and Kindergarten Parent Meeting on Tuesday, July 18 at 6:00 p.m., located at Kyrene School District Office, 8700 S. Kyrene Road, Tempe, AZ 85284. Free childcare will be provided.

Principals and staff will present information about Kindergarten and preschool programs and take questions from parents about registration. Kindergarten is for children who will turn five years old by September 1, 2017.

There are 19 elementary and six middle schools in Kyrene with preschool programs for children ages 3-5 offered on 17 of the 19 elementary sites.

Kyrene offers special education and gifted services at all 25 locations. Some schools have specialized programs including arts integration, dual language, traditional, college preparatory and leadership. In addition, there are a variety of on-site fine arts, athletic and other community programs available before/after school and during school breaks.

Kyrene School District is an “A” rated district serving over 17,000 students in Preschool to 8th grades.

More information on Kyrene School District

Kyrene School District is one of the top elementary school districts in Arizona, comprised of 25 schools (19 elementary and 6 middle). The District’s boundaries encompass all of Ahwatukee, parts of Chandler,Tempe, Guadalupe and the Gila River Indian Reservation.

Kyrene is a Pre-K through 8 school district and enrolls approximately 17,500 students annually, offering educational options for an enhanced approach to learning (arts integration, dual language, traditional, college preparatory, leadership, and gifted.)

Kyrene also offers a variety of on-site community programs available before/after school and during school breaks. To learn more, visit or call 480-541-1000.