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GSRP

Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP)

Welcome to Livonia Public Schools’ Great Start Readiness Program!

Livonia Public Schools’ Great Start Readiness Program is a high quality, state-funded, preschool program that focuses on preparing 4-year-olds to be successful in kindergarten and beyond.  Developmentally appropriate activities are planned by a qualified teaching team, who are responsive to individual strengths, needs and interests of each student.

Program Information

The Great Start Readiness Program will be housed in the new Early Childhood Center starting in the 2024-2025 school year!

Phone Number: 734-744-2715

Fax: 734-744-2717

Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:15 PM

Program Hours: 8:55 AM - 4:00 PM, M-TH

GSRP Contact: Julianna Molnar

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Program Highlights

  • Full day program 4 days/week, M-Th 8:55am-4:00pm
  • Highly qualified teaching staff
  • Classroom teacher/child ratio 1:8
  • Use of state approved curriculum and assessment tools
  • Breakfast, school lunch and snacks provided
  • Bussing to and from school is available for Livonia residents. 

 

How to Register for GSRP

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Applications open March 1

  1. Complete the online pre-enrollment form linked below. 
  2. Gather the required documents needed to complete the application process. You will be contacted by the GSRP office to schedule an appointment to present these documents.
  3. There will be other supporting documents that you will need to fill out prior to the start of the school year. These documents will be provided to you when you come in for your appointment.
  4. If you are unable to complete the online registration, please call 734-744-2715, ext. 17990 to request a paper packet.

For more information regarding eligibility, please give us a call at 734-744-2715 ext. 17990.

Eligibility for 2024-2025 School Year

  • The child must be 4 years of age by September 1st. Children who turn 4 years of age by December 1st can enroll based on availability. 
  • Live within Wayne County
  • Families must meet income guidelines and/or qualify through additional risk factors.  

 

Want to Learn More?

Further information can be found on the Wayne County GSRP RESA Website.

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