Las Vegas, NV (KXNT) - The three city of Las Vegas Strong Start Academies (operated by Acelero Learning Clark County) have reopened for full preschool service for children and families. The three had closed just before Christmas due to the surge in area covid-19 cases.
Enrollment is open for the three locations:
- 1617 Alta Drive in partnership with Acelero Learning, 702-954-4777;
- 700 Twin Lakes Drive in partnership with Acelero Learning, 702-538-8700; and
- 251 W. Boston Ave. at Stupak in partnership with Acelero Learning, 702-685-6565.
In addition, two Strong Start Go Mobile Pre-K academies offer children and families free high-quality, early-education program closer to their neighborhoods. The program provides half-day pre-k classes along with family engagement workshops and activities.
Strong Start Go mobile units are based in the areas near Lake Mead Boulevard and J Street, as well as Mojave and Washington. For more information on the mobile Pre-K academies, call 702-229-KIDS, option 4, or click on the following New Parent Registration link to register.
The Strong Start Las Vegas academies were launched by the city to advocate for and bring awareness to the importance of early-childhood education from birth to age 8, which supports school readiness and grade-level reading.