DETROIT (AP) -- Individualized programs for students and other offerings by the Detroit Public Schools will be showcased during the district's annual spring open enrollment period.
The district says events begin Monday with a weeklong "Spend a Day in K" pre-kindergarten to kindergarten transition program. Pre-kindergarten students in each elementary school will take part in daily activities with kindergarten classrooms.
An open enrollment fair will be held May 3 for students with special needs. A Cinco de Mayo outdoor enrollment fair also will be held that day for students in southwest Detroit. The kindergarten-eighth grade All-Schools Open House and high school and career academy fair for ninth-graders also are scheduled.
Open enrollment runs through May 20 and is part of the district's five-year strategic plan to keep current students and attract new students.