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Claymont Preschool

Principal: Kelly Cook
1200 Eastport Avenue
Uhrichsville, OH 44683
Phone: 740-922-4641


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Application Information

Preschool Applications for 2022-2023 school year will start to be accepted on March 1, 2022.
Applications can be picked up at the Primary Building, Central Office or can be printed from Resources located on the right side of the Preschool Web Page.  The applications along with your child's birth certificate and  income verification (2 consecutive paystubs, any income coming into the household, dated February 1, 2022 or after) may be dropped off at Claymont's Central Office. If you have any questions concerning Preschool Admissions please call Tammy McMillen at 740-922-5478 ext. 12001.
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Kindergarten Registration

Families will need to complete the Online Registration and schedule a Kindergarten Screening Appointment.

Online Registration:  Online registration will open March 1, 2022.  

Fill out online registration forms in the Parent Portal at Https://

  • If you have children currently enrolled in the district, use your login to sign into your current account and then choose “Enroll New Student(s).”

  • If you do not have children currently enrolled in the district, choose “Create a New Account,” fill out the required information and click “Register and Begin.”

Forms:  The “Physical Evaluation” and “Oral Assessment” forms are located in the Parent Portal in the Account and Profile page under “Submit and View Online Forms.”  Forms are also available in our Primary School Office.

Kindergarten Screening Appointment:  Screening appointments can be scheduled beginning March 1, 2022.  Please click the link below, and complete the form to schedule your appointment. If you have any questions, please call Mrs. Shannon Tarbert at the Primary School Office at 740-922-5641.

Bring the following items to your child’s Screening Appointment:

  • A copy of the child’s birth certificate with the seal

  • A copy of the child’s immunization record

  • A copy of any legal court documents pertaining to the child

  • Completed Physical Evaluation and Oral Assessment forms (due by the first day of school)

  • Proof of residency, such as a utility bill or signed lease agreement

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Claymont Preschool

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Claymont Preschool is recognized with a five-star rating

Eight Benefits of a High-Quality Preschool For Your Child

1. Your child will be ready for kindergarten. Some children have never had a teacher or been in a large group of children. Your child will learn to share, take turns and follow directions. That’s important when he reaches kindergarten! 

2. Your child will develop important social and emotional skills. Teachers help children learn how to spend time away from their families. Your child will learn how to solve problems. He will learn how to handle emotions like sadness and anger.

3. Your child will take part in activities planned just for her. Teachers plan many activities. Your child will be able to choose those she is most drawn to. These activities will help her grow and progress in many ways. 

4.Your child will be curious and want to learn. Teachers will watch your child and ask him questions about what he is doing or what he thinks will happen next. These friendly questions will help him be curious about the world around him.

5. Your child will learn how to take care of herself and help others. Your child will learn how to clean up after herself and help in the classroom. She will learn to ask for help when she needs it and take care of her belongings. She will learn how to help a friend who is just learning something she already knows. 

6. Your child will learn pre-math and reading skills. Every day, your child will take part in activities that boost his reading and math learning skills. He will play with games and puzzles and look at picture books. These things help him have fun and develop a love of learning. 

7. Your child will develop motor skills. Young children are always moving. Your child will have a chance to run, climb and play active games to improve her physical abilities. Her fine motor skills will improve by using scissors, painting and putting pegs on a board. 

8. Your child will increase his language and thinking skills. A child’s vocabulary—the words he can use—grows fast between ages 3 and 5. Teachers will show your child new words each day. They will help him talk and solve problems. They will involve your child in hands-on activities that build his thinking and reasoning skills.  

Claymont Board Meeting

Mon Feb 13 2023

No School - Presidents Day

Mon Feb 20 2023


Tue Feb 21 2023