Pulaski Early Education Center

  • Welcome to Pulaski Early Education Center!

    Pulaski Early Education Center (PEEC) is an early childhood learning experience for children ages 3-5 whose parents want them to receive developmentally appropriate programming in a safe, healthy learning environment.

  • Christina School District is excited to announce our newest early childhood education program, Pulaski Early Education Center (PEEC), opening in September 2023. PEEC will offer free half-day preschool, and full-day prekindergarten and kindergarten.*

    Now Enrolling Preschool, Prekindergarten and Kindergarten!

  • Pulaski Early Education Center Offers:

  • Safe, healthy learning environment for children
  • Positive, warm interactions between adults and children
  • Developmentally appropriate programming
  • FREE breakfast, lunch & snacks
  • Opportunities for family involvement
  • Small class sizes
  • FREE developmental screening for children ages birth-age 5
  • Half-day and full-day programs

Registration Information


To qualify for our Preschool program, a child must be 3 years of age by August 31.

  • 3 Year Olds
  • Half-Day Program
  • Free for eligible families*

Interest Form Coming Soon!


To qualify for our PreK program, a child must be 4 years of age by August 31.

  • 4 Year Olds
  • Full-Day Program
  • Free for eligible families*

Interest Form Coming Soon!


To qualify for our Kindergarten program, a child must be 5 years of age by August 31.

  • 5 Year Olds
  • Full-Day Program
  • Free for all students

Register for the 2023-2024 School Year!

  • * Preschool & Prekindergarten: Free for eligible families with 3- and 4-year-old children. The following families are encouraged to apply: families whose income is equal to or below the federal poverty level, families with children in foster care, families with children experiencing homelessness, and families with children with documented delays or disabilities (IEPs).

    ** If your child is under the age of three years old and you have concerns regarding your child's development in any of the following areas: communication, cognition (thinking/learning), self-help (feeding/dressing), social/emotional, fine motor and gross motor skills, please contact Child Development Watch at 302-283-7140.

  • Questions? If you have any questions or need help with enrollment, our Education Options Office and schools are here to help student enrollment, school choice information and much more. You can also call (302) 552-2665 for general enrollment questions.