Nestle Ave CSPP Part-Day Preschool Program (2020-21)
Nestle CSPP Preschool is currently accepting Interest Applications for our
2020-2021 CSPP Part-Day Preschool Program.
Your Eligibility documents will be evaluated to verify acceptance onto our waitlist.
I'll be allowed to enroll additional students approved on our Waitlist.
Complete the Interest (Eligibility/Waiting List) form,
then scan or send pictures to:
If you do not have the ability to send the forms to me through email, you can drop them off in the office during business hours (8am-3pm)
-or- through our Main Office Door Mail Slot for your convenience.
*** Wearing of Masks are required by all persons entering the Office ***
COVID & Start of the School year in a Virtual Classroom
Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak, LAUSD has committed to starting the school year remotely as a “Virtual Classroom”. It is not yet known when and how students will be allowed to return to campus. Current guidelines provided by the LAUSD Early Education Department is limiting our enrollment to 10 students for each session/class (Morning Class and Afternoon Class). This is a reduction from our normal “on-campus” enrollment of 24 student per class. With this in mind, we highly suggest submitting your documents ASAP, since space is very limited.
Nestle Ave CSPP Part-Day Preschool Program
The California State Preschool Program Part-Day (CSPP Part-Day) is a three-hour educational program for children ages three and four years old, with priority given to four-year old’s. These programs are located at elementary schools. The CSPP Part-Day Program provides personalized learning experiences before children enter kindergarten.
Fees are not required.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday during the 180 day school year.
Two sessions offered daily (A.M. or P.M.)
“AM” Morning Session: (time TBD)
“PM” Afternoon Session: (time TBD)
Families at or below 70% of the state median income.
A family must complete an application and provide supporting documentation demonstrating gross family income.
First Priority is given to children receiving child protective services or who are at risk of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation.
Second priority is given to eligible four-year old's
(defined as children turning 4 on or before December 1 of the school year, who are not age-eligible to attend TK or Kindergarten).
Third priority is given to eligible three-year old's.
(defined as children turning 3 on or before December 1 of the school year).
Fourth priority is given to families who live out of the school's residential boundaries,
Within each “Priority”, families with the lowest adjusted gross monthly income are admitted first.
For additional information on CSPP Program & Instruction
Charles Bell, SAA
Nestle Ave Charter Elementary & Preschool