• Welcome to Project Enlightenment!

    Project Enlightenment is an early childhood education and prevention program of the Wake County Public School System for young children birth through kindergarten.

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Who We Are

  • Project Enlightenment is an early childhood education and prevention program of the Wake County Public School System, serving teachers and parents of young children, ages birth through kindergarten. Download a copy of our brochure.

    Services Include:

    • Parent Education & Counseling
    • Developmental Screening
    • Teacher Training
    • Parent Teacher Resource Center (PTRC)
    • Teacher/Parent Consultation
    • Demonstration Classrooms
    • Parents As Teachers (PAT)
    • Ready to Learn Centers (RTL)

     

Highlights

  • We are now accepting applications for Project Enlightenment’s half-day 5 Star Demonstration Preschool for the 2019-2020 school year. The Demonstration Preschool is an inclusive classroom of four-year-olds. There is an emphasis on social-emotional growth and learning using developmentally appropriate methods. Children are exposed to what it means to be a part of a loving and caring classroom community.

    Applications will be accepted from January 10, 2019 through February 12, 2019. A child must be four years of age on or before August 31, 2019 for enrollment. Please call 919-856-7774 for more information.

    Please click here to access the application in English and here to access the application in Spanish

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    Concerned about your child's development? Learn more about Developmental Screening 

     

     

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  • Check out our library catalog of resources that you can borrow from our Parent Teacher Resource Center. Go to destiny.wcpss.net where you will choose Project Enlightenment to begin.


     

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  • It is never too early to start reading with your child. Even young infants can benefit from exposure to books and reading. 


     

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