Officials say state-funded preschool program has openings

Officials say open enrollment spots are available for low-income parents who want to enroll their children in Indiana's state-funded preschool program.

The Family and Social Services Administration says spots are open in Allen, Jackson, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh counties for the On My Way Pre-K program.

The state agency says space is limited and urges parents to apply soon.

In order to qualify, a prospective student must 4 years old by Aug. 1. Students must also come from families with an income below 127 percent of the federal poverty level.

Information is available by calling 800-299-1627 or online at www.OnMyWayPreK.org.

In June, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the program's eventual expansion to 15 more counties, potentially as early as january.

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