TWIN FALLS, Idaho — The Twin Falls School District on Friday announced it will offer option full-day kindergarten for the 2022-2023 school year.
The Idaho Legislature put an additional $46 million into the state's literacy program. The Twin Falls School District (TFSD) said the increased funding created the opportunity for the district to offer full-day kindergarten.
According to TFSD's news release, parents will have the option to register students in full-day or half-day kindergarten, although administrators are finalizing the program's details and how many students will participate.
Half-day kindergarten will only be offered in the morning.
TFSD officials said its schools are hosting kindergarten registration beginning the week of April 18. If a student is over the age of five on or before Sept. 1, they are eligible to attend kindergarten in the district.
To learn more information on enrolling a student in kindergarten through the Twin Falls School District, visit this link. Those interested in registering their child in a kindergarten program can do so here.
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