Pre-K Counts!

Attention: Adams County Families!

The YWCA Gettysburg and Adams County is pleased to announce we have been awarded a grant to implement two Pre-K Counts classrooms for the 2021-22 fiscal year! There will be one classroom at each YWCA Child Enrichment Program facility: 909 Fairfield Road and Adams Commerce Center, located at 50 Expedition Trail. There are a total of 36 slots available to families making below 300% of the poverty level with children 3 to 5 years of age. Before- and after-school care may be available also for families who need the additional service.

What is Pre-K Counts? Here’s everything you need to know. 

Begin the application process online, today,
at the bottom of this page.

A printable application is available here and applications are also available at both centers.

Una version en espanol.

Applications should be completed and returned or dropped off at either facility by September 24, 2021, at 8:00 am. The selection committee will review all applications and contact families to complete the enrollment on or before Wednesday, September 29, 2021.

The first day of classroom time for the students will be Monday, September 4, 2021. Classrooms will be open from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm and will follow the Gettysburg Area School District schedule.

Please note, due to the quick start-up timeframe of this new Pre-K Counts program, applications received after September 24 will be considered if open slots remain.

Questions should be sent to trodgers@ywcagettysburg.org.

We look forward to serving your children in this exciting, new program!

2021 PA Pre-K Counts Enrollment Form
Please provide at least one phone number and one email address
Per PKC Statute, Regulations, and Guidance, the following members of the household are included in family size: · Parent of the child (biological or adoptive mother or father, stepmother or stepfather, caretaker or spouse) · A biological, adoptive, unrelated or foster child or stepchild of the parent or caretaker who is under 18 years Of age and not emancipated. · A child who is 18 years of age or older but under 22 years of age who is enrolled in high school, a general educational development program, or a post-secondary program leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate and who is wholly or partially dependent on the income of the parent or caretaker or spouse of the parent or caretaker. · Others supported by the income of the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the child enrolling or participating in the program. If counted toward family size, any applicable income of these persons must also be counted for eligibility purposes. Note: A family size value of one (1) with an income of $0 is entered when a foster child is applying for Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts.