Early Learning Center at Lincoln Elementary
701 5th Ave.,
Dayton, KY 41074
- Open to children ages 3-5 years of families who live in Dayton, as well as children of Dayton Schools personnel
- Open year round, 7am-6pm
- Affordable rates
Blended Preschool at Dayton Schools: The Dayton School District provides a teacher for half of the day during the school year (Monday-Thursday) and Children, Inc. provides a credentialed teacher to assist. After the half day, the Children, Inc. teacher stays with the children to extend the preschool program to full day. Another credentialed Children, Inc. teacher joins them to maintain a low teacher-to-child ratio and ensure personal learning for the children. The entire program takes place on-site at Lincoln Elementary in the City of Dayton. The program also offers extended hours (7 a.m.-6 p.m.) to accommodate working families.
To enroll in Dayton Public Preschool, contact Brittney Howell:
For more information about full day blended preschool at Dayton Schools, contact Rene Bricking at Children, Inc.:
Why blended preschool at Dayton Schools?
- Low teacher-to-child ratio: 1-to-10
- Beautiful, well-equipped classrooms
- Full-day program: no mid-day trips for you, and no break
in your child’s classroom learning
- Convenient: on-site at Lincoln Elementary School
- FREE meals and snacks
- Curriculum aligned with Kentucky Early Childhood Standards
Can I get tuition assistance for blended preschool at Dayton Schools?
- Do you receive public assistance through TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)? OR,
- Do you receive child care support through the state (CCAP – Child Care Assistance Program)? OR,
- Are you working but make too much to qualify for CCAP? You might still qualify for United Way assistance, based on
a sliding scale fee. For example, a family of four can make between $34,044 and $55,176 per year and qualify for United Way assistance.