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Cabot Public Schools’ Pre-K program is a quality approved program, licensed through the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services. Pre-K classrooms throughout the district are led by a certified teacher holding a P-4 Arkansas Teaching License. Also, in each classroom, are highly qualified paraprofessionals to assist in the care and education of each student.

In the past four years, Arkansas has received national recognition for its commitment to quality, early education for our state’s Pre-K programs. Cabot Public Schools is a leader in the promotion of early childhood education.

Cabot Public School District utilizes Arkansas Better Chance for School Success funding for this program. They also make use of Title I and National School Lunch Assistance funds to help target at-risk/lower achieving students. Cabot Public School District is proud to be a part of this huge step toward increasing school success of our children.

Contact CPS Pre-K Team:

Suzie Kelley, Director of Pre-K
501-843-3363 Ext. 1016

Eva Zweifel, Administrative Assistant of Pre-K
501-843-3363 Ext. 1014

Pre-K Registration 2024-2025
Pre-K Handbook FAQ 

Once you have completed these forms and gathered the following documents, please call 501-843-3363 ext. 1014 or ext. 1016 for next steps in the application process. Your application is not complete until you have met with your school's Family Liaison.

Required Documents:
Birth Certificate
Social Security card
Shot records
Well-child check up
Proof of Residency - no older than 30 days
Proof of Income - for parents/guardian in the home, no older than 30 days and equal to 30 days of pay. For anyone not working outside the home, you will complete a No Income Statement at the time of your appointment.

Pre-K Online Tuition Payment

Pre-K Fun Through The Years!

Vision & Mission

The Cabot School District is committed to educating all students to be responsible citizens who value learning, treat others with
dignity and respect, and adapt successfully to the demands of the rapidly changing society.

The Cabot School District is committed to
"Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities."