Niskayuna schools provide a variety of programs and resources to help preschoolers discover the joy of learning at an early age. Visit the links below for more information about preschool story hours, 1,000 Book Club, school book fairs, and the Parent Today e-newsletter/blog and more.
Review a detailed list of programs available to children from birth to age 5. view timeline
All Niskayuna elementary schools offer free preschool story hour programs during the school year for children entering kindergarten next fall. Programs are held at the elementary school buildings and include a variety of stories and activities. learn more
To give students a head start in learning while making it fun, all Niskayuna elementary schools offer district preschoolers the opportunity to participate in the free 1,000 Book Kid Program. learn more
Sign up for Parent Today, a free bimonthly e-newsletter/blog that provides tools and information to encourage parents to be even more engaged in their children's education. parent today details & sign up information
If you have a new baby in your home or a child who may or may not be in our records, please contact the district registrar with the child's name, address, and date of birth. Knowing how many children will one day attend Niskayuna schools helps the district plan for the future. It's never too early to let us know. Your help in keeping our census information up-to-date is appreciated. Registrar
The district's Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) is responsible for ensuring that parents are aware of the opportunities available for evaluation of children 3-5 years old who are suspected of having a disability, and for services to preschool children with disabilities. Learn more