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Universal Pre-K

The Fulton City School District operates a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program (UPK) for four year old children. *Children are eligible for the program if they turn four years of age on or before December 1st of the current school year. The Fulton City School District's UPK is provided through approved community based pre-kindergarten programs. UPK program providers include: Oswego County Opportunities- Head Start, Pinnacle, Fulton YMCA, and First Step Universal Pre-K.

* This program is solely offered through the funding of a New York State Grant to the Fulton City School District.

Registration opens for 2019-2020 School Year on March 23 at Parent University!

Link to 2019-2020 UPK Registration Packet!
Register at:  129 Curtis St. Fulton, NY 13069
Registration Office Hours:  8:30-3:30 M-F



UPK Transition to Kindergarten Night
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Education Center Gymnasium, UPK students and families are invited to participate in Transition Night- Getting Ready for Kindergarten. 

A panel discussion will be held for parents that focus on topics such as:  transportation, academics, social/emotional, and health services.   There will also be a question and answer session at the end. 

While the parents are attending the panel discussion, classroom teachers will be in the gymnasiusm with the students watching the Bubble Man perform his bubble demonstration.  Refreshments will be served.  Free books for all students. 

Please attend to learn more about preparing your child for kindergarten and get answers to questions that you may have during this exciting but worrisome time in your child's life. 


NYS Parent Guide- Starting Life Together 

Bringing Attendance Home: Parent Video from Rachel Auerbach on Vimeo.

In this new resource from Attendance Works, a variety of parents speak about the importance of school attendance and making sure absences don't add up. This video offers practical, every day steps parents can take to help their children attend school and highlights ways schools and communities can help reduce barriers to attendance. 




Brian Pulvino, Superintendent
129 Curtis Street
Fulton, New York 13069
Phone: (315) 593-5500

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