Ann Reid Early Childhood Center Enrollment (2024-2025)

  • SUMMER HOURS – 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

    Extended Hours:
    Wednesday, July 31st – until 8:00 p.m.
    Saturday, August 3rd – 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
    Tuesday, August 6th – until 8:00 p.m.
    Saturday, August 10th – 8:00 am – 12:00 noon

    • All children applying for the Birth to 3 or Preschool must be residents of Naperville School District 203. 
    • Your child's age on September 1st, 2024 (to be eligible for our program your child must be 3 or 4 years of age prior to September 1, 2024.  Additionally, if a child turns 5 prior to September 1, 2024, they are NOT eligible for our program.  
    • During the application process you will be required to provide proof of residency documentation, your child’s original/certified copy birth certificate and a Parenting Agreement, if applicable. 

    To enroll a new student, complete the Enrollment Intake Form

    In order to successfully complete the enrollment application process, please have the following information available:

    • Household information – address where the family resides
    • Parent information – work and cell phone numbers, email addresses
    • Student information – personal and health/medication information
    • Local Emergency Contact(s) – address and phone numbers

    The next step is to make an appointment to provide your proof of residency (District 203 Proof of Residency Guidelines) and other documentation in person at our Centralized Enrollment Office. 


    In the best interests of time and preparation, as well as health and safety, walk-ins are not encouraged. Questions? call (630) 416-2834.

    Our Centralized Enrollment Office is located at the District 203 Administration Building, 203 W. Hillside Road, Naperville, IL 60540. Our hours are: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. For general questions, please call our Centralized Enrollment Office at (630) 548-4320. If you need additional assistance, contact Maureen Dvorak, School Services Manager at or (630) 420-6446.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do I do first if I want my child to attend Ann Reid Early Childhood Center?

  • What can I do if I don’t speak English and need support enrolling my child at Ann Reid?

  • What are the age requirements to attend Ann Reid Early Childhood Center?

  • Are all eligible children automatically enrolled at Ann Reid Early Childhood Center?

  • What happens after I enroll my child through Centralized Enrollment for Ann Reid Preschool?

  • What is the tuition program?

  • How do I apply for the tuition program?

  • Do you have a full day tuition-based preschool program?

  • What documents are required to complete enrollment and registration for the tuition-based program?

  • What if I cannot afford the tuition program?

  • Does my child need to be evaluated to enroll in the tuition-based program at Ann Reid?

  • When will I know if my child has been placed in the tuition-based program?

  • What if my health care provider, private preschool teacher, or other professional has indicated I should request a preschool screening?

  • What if I have concerns about my child’s development and would like to request a preschool screening?

  • What is an IEP?

  • What do I do if my student has an IEP from another public school district?

  • Do you have before and/or after school care?

  • Do you provide transportation for the tuition program?

  • Why do some students at Ann Reid receive bus transportation?

  • How many students are in a classroom?

  • How many teachers are typically in a classroom?

  • What are the health exam and immunization requirements to attend Ann Reid Early Childhood Center?

  • Do preschool students need a dental or vision exam?

  • Can my child attend preschool at Ann Reid if they turn 5 on or before September 1st?