Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña called parents Monday to let them know about pre-K enrollment.
Pre-K applications for the fall of 2013 are due April 5.
DNAinfo.com New York ranked sought-after public pre-K programs based on their 2012 admission rates.
P.S. 40 is losing its pre-K program because of overcrowding.
More seats, more classes and more activities are now available for District 17 pre-K students.
Some 80 sites offer pre-K in the South Bronx, where experts say early learning is especially important.
There is another option for the hundreds of kids who aren't accepted at Brooklyn Heights' P.S. 8.
Applications for the city's hundreds of free pre-K programs will be available in early March.
DNAinfo offers a comprehensive guide to the free public pre-K programs in Manhattan.
Many of the city's most popular schools still have pre-K seats available.
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