Georgia’s Lottery-Funded Program
Georgia’s lottery-funded pre-K grew from Head Start as a result of the No Child Left Behind Act. A child must be age-eligible (four-years-old on September 1) and a Georgia resident. Acceptable proof of age must be on file the day the child begins the Pre-K program.
This program consists of:
- Creative curriculum
- 6.5-hour instructional day
- 180 school days
- 22:2 student:teacher ratio
For more information on the Georgia Lottery Funded Pre K Program, please visit their website here or contact us for class availability or to learn more about kindergarten preparatory programs available in your area.
- possible health barriers that block learning have been detected
- suspected physical or mental disabilities have been addressed
- enthusiasm, curiosity, and persistence toward learning is demonstrated
- feelings of both self and others are recognized
- social and interpersonal skills are emerging
- communication with others is effective
- early literacy skills are evident
- a general knowledge about the world, things, places, events, and people has been acquired
- There are specific requirements and guidelines that must be followed in order for your child to participate in the lottery-funded program. We encourage you to visit their website and review their frequently asked questions.
- The state of Georgia provides families with a pre-K handbook filled with information on enrollment, list of documents required, standards, instruction and assessment. You can download their handbook here or visit their website.
- More details on the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning School Readiness indicators are available on the department’s website.
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