Parents who camped out Friday to make sure they could register their kids for pre-k in Lee County didn't need to. There are still spots open.
Directors aren't sure how many spots will be allotted this year since the state budget isn't set, but they serve 262 children now.
To sign up, you need to bring your child's birth certificate, social security card, immunization records, and your proof of residency.
Registration began early Saturday morning for the first time.
"This year we did it on a Saturday and typically its been on a day of the week and we had requests so we did it on a Saturday and that seemed to be well received," Lance Findley.
She says over the past two years they've added two extra classrooms, and have been able to serve more kids.
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