The application process for the district’s 2018-2019 Pre-K programs is now closed.

Because the number of applications exceeded the space available, a random drawing was held to fill the Pre-K classes.  A list of the students’ names in the order drawn is posted below. 

Pre-K Drawing:

Posted Pre-K Lottery List 18-19

Next Steps:


18-19 Pre-K Flyer

Preparing for Pre-K Success: Readiness Brochure

Edmond Public Schools pre-kindergarten programs are voluntary, space available programs. Classes are taught by an Early Childhood Certified teacher and each class has a teaching assistant. The maximum class size is 22 students. Please note that parents/guardians are responsible for bringing their children to school and picking them up. There is no bus transportation.  Click here for a list of elementary schools offering before/after care for the 2018-2019 school year.

The District’s Pre-K programs include the following:

  • A free, half-day program

The half-day program is offered at 11 of our schools.  Students attend for 2 hours, 40 minutes in either the morning or the afternoon. The projected half-day schools for the 2018-2019 school year include Angie Debo, Centennial, Chisholm, Clyde Howell, Cross Timbers, Frontier, Heritage, John Ross, Northern Hills, Washington Irving and West Field.

  • A tuition-based full-day program

The extended-day, tuition-based program is offered at 7 of our schools.  There is a fee of $240 per month, payable in nine equal payments. The first month’s payment is due upon enrollment and is non-refundable. Tuition does not include the cost of lunch.  Students attend the full school day, however, arrival and dismissal time can vary from site to site.  The tuition-based full-day program is held at schools that have space available.  This means that your child may attend a pre-k program at a school other than their home school where they will attend kindergarten.  Beginning in kindergarten, a transfer request must be completed to attend a school other than a family’s district assigned neighborhood school. The projected tuition-based, extended-day schools for the 2018-2019 school year include Centennial, Clyde Howell, Cross Timbers, Frontier, John Ross, Washington Irving and West Field.

  • A free, full-day program at Title One Schools (Angie Debo, Charles Haskell, Ida Freeman, Northern Hills, Orvis Risner, Sunset, Will Rogers)

Students must live in the designated school’s attendance area to attend a free full-day program.


Children must be at least four years of age, but not older than 5 years of age, on or before September 1st of the enrollment year. Parents or legal guardians of students must be residents of the district.


Some district schools are considered early start schools, some are late start schools. For Pre-K times, check with your individual school.  Click here to view a list of all elementary schools.

District & State Objectives:

Four-year-olds are provided with developmentally appropriate learning experiences based on the state developmental learning standards and guidelines.

Oklahoma Academic Standards

Oklahoma Early Learning Guidelines

Oklahoma State Department of Education Early Childhood & Family Education


EPS utilizes Frog Street Press for our Pre-K curriculum.

Conscious Discipline is utilized for social-emotional development and self-regulation skills.

Immunization Requirements:

Oklahoma State Department of Health Immunization Services

Guide to Immunization Requirements in Oklahoma: 2018-19 School Year

For more information on Pre-K programs, please contact Elizabeth Ging at 340-2838 or