Prescott 4YK (Program Office), 505 N. Campbell St., Prescott, WI 54021, 715.262.5463, Fax: 715.262.0052

4 Yr. Old Kindergarten Program Office
Malone Elementary School

505 N. Campbell St., Prescott, WI 54021
Ph: 715-262-5463 Fax: 715-262-0052
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Coordinator: Deanne Edlefsen - Malone Principal

Mission Statement

To provide every four-year-old in the community with the opportunity to receive a developmentally appropriate learning experience in a quality group setting.

Benefits of Prescott 4K

Families can participate in “Prescott 4K” at no charge no matter where the center is located. Centers that offer extended day services beyond school district sponsored programming will have fees, which apply.

All children will have equal access to quality enhanced learning opportunities. Children do no have to be labeled as low income, a child with a disability or a child at risk to be enrolled.

Guaranteed instruction by a teacher holding at least a Bachelor’s Degree and holding appropriate private Wisconsin DPU certification.


Children must be four years old by September 1 and live within the Prescott School District. Five year-olds may also attend if they are no attending kindergarten.

How to Enroll

Complete the Prescott Community 4K Program Registration materials. Registration packets will be available at all of the centers as well as Malone Elementary School. Please return all registration forms to Connie Grabow at Malone Elementary School.


Our curriculum implements the Wisconsin Model Early Leaning Standards. These standards are based on current research and developmentally appropriate practices.

Academics are embedded in plat. The “Creative Curriculum” includes the following means of development.

The “Second Step” curriculum will also address the social/emotional development.

The reading, language and literacy component will follow the Hartcourt Reading Series used at Malone Elementary

Rationale for 4K

Research shows that children who attend pre-k are:

More successful during their school years:

More successful outside of and beyond school:

Early childhood education saves our communities money. The general effect is a more efficient education system with less pressure on school resources and expenditures. It is estimated that preschool education can save U.S. taxpayers around $7.10 for every dollar invested (High/Scope, Reynolds, Abecedarian)

The community approach allows families options in providing quality care and education to all 4-year-olds, regardless of ability or family income. The community approach preserves the health of the child care system in the community while generating additional state funds for the community to education 4-year-olds.

Increased number of family activities and opportunities through the community because of strengthened partnerships amongst community organizations.


4K students will be included as part of the K-12 transportation program. A special 4K route will be scheduled in between the morning and afternoon sessions (11 a.m. - 12 p.m.). The centers will have someone at the door to greet and send off students each day.

Current 4K Centers

Depending on space and your family’s needs, children may be placed in any of the following centers:

k2New Adventures
1051 Orrin Road
Prescott, WI 54021
Ph: 715-262-4245
Contact: Karen Pesik
Hours: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.



k3Heart, Hands, & Mind
1426 North Acres Road
Prescott, WI 54021
Ph: 715-262-5444
Contact: Terre'e Langer
Hours: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.



K1St. Joesph's School
281 Dakota St.
Prescott, WI 54021
Ph: 715-262-5912
Contact: Andrea Hince
Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.


4K Class Times:

7:45-11:00 AM class

11:45-3:00 PM class