Teachers provide a stimulating classroom environment and quality educational experiences to Pre-K children. All Pre-K teachers must meet current credential requirements. The Teacher’s attend annual Pre-K training. The program hit another milestone by celebrating 20 years of Georgia’s Pre-K.
Children take a project approach, which empowers them to direct their learning based on their interests through authentic experiments and activities. Teachers prompt children to use their imaginations, create their own solutions, and investigate themes as they facilitate and guide the learning process. The children arrange a culminating event or project that not only displays their work but celebrates their achievements.
The child-centered environment helps your child become independent, self-confident and ready by developing good habits and routines. The program is designed to promote skills in the following seven areas:
- Lanquage and Literacy
- Math Development
- Science Development
- Social Studies Development
- Creative Development
- Physical and Health Development
- Social and Emotional Development
The Pre-K classroom is designed to facilitate learning experiences and the teacher’s goal is to create a rich environment and develop lesson plans that foster a child’s initiative and exploration and will ultimately lead to an enthusiasm for learning that will follow your child to Kindergarten.