Pre-K Counts

What Is PA Pre-K Counts?

PA Pre-K Counts is a no cost to family, high quality pre-kindergarten education for three- and four-year-olds in Pennsylvania funded by the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL)

Pre-K Counts ONLINE Family Application

Laura Rockwell, Pre-K Manager
219 Donohoe Rd.,
Greensburg, PA 15601
724-836-2600 ext. 215

What Can I Expect For My Child?

We know it’s important to you that your child is equipped to be successful in school. We can give your three- or four-year-old a boost. Key points about our program:

  • Early childhood-certified teaching staff
  • Safe, well-equipped learning environments
  • Curriculum and educational programming designed to help your child be ready for school
  • Meaningful assessment of your child’s abilities
  • Parent participation opportunities
  • Staff/child ratios that permit plenty of one-on-one time with teachers
  • Full-day classes (classes are five days a week for six hours each day)

Who Is Eligible?

  • Children who live in Pennsylvania and
  • Meet the income eligibility guidelines of a family less than 300% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines and
  • Children who have turned three by the kindergarten cut-off date of the school district in which they reside and
  • Children who are at-risk of school failure due to income, cultural, or special needs issues

Why Should my Child Attend a High Quality Pre-K Program?

  • Quality Pre-K prepares children for reading and math but also for paying attention, following directions, and getting along with others
  • Children who attend a quality early learning program do better in school
  • Quality education today prepares them for high quality jobs tomorrow

What Are The Locations?


  • Burchfield Primary School in Shaler Area School District
  • Marzolf Primary in Shaler Area School District
  • Penn Hills High School in Penn Hills School District
  • Reserve Primary in Shaler Area School District
  • Scott Primary School in Shaler Area School District


  • South Side Elementary in South Side Area School District
  • Todd Lane Elementary in Central Valley School District


  • Ben Franklin Elementary in Uniontown Area School District
  • Connellsville Township Elementary in Connellsville Area School District
  • Lafayette Elementary in Uniontown Area School District
  • Marshall Elementary in Laurel Highland School District
  • Menallen Elementary in Uniontown Area School District
  • Springfield Township Elementary in Connellsville Area School District
  • Wharton Elementary in Uniontown Area School District


  • Southmoreland Elementary in Southmoreland School District
  • Latrobe Elementary in Greater Latrobe School District
  • PIC Kidz Zone in PIC Greensburg Office
  • Frock Child Care in Mt. Pleasant, PA 

Locations Subject To Change.

How Do I Apply?

Contact the PA Pre-K Counts program for eligibility and enrollment information at 724-437-2590; PA Pre-K Counts, 112 Commonwealth Dr, Lemont Furnace, PA 15456; or


PA Pre-K Counts Family Application

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