Parents and families are an integral part of the Pre-K instructional program. Parents build the foundation for helping children develop skills, habits,
and attitudes for becoming life long learners; therefore, they are encouraged to strengthen their role as their child's first and most important teacher.
Many opportunities will be available for parents to participate in Pre-K program activities because parents and teachers working together make a positive
difference in a child's development. Resources to assist parents in working with their child are available on this website and from their child's Pre-K program.
"For most popular questions go to Frequently Asked Questions" >>
The Pre-K Family Handbook provides information to families of children who are enrolled in Georgia's Pre-K Program. This is also a valuable
resource for families who are will be enrolling children in Georgia's Pre-K Programs in the future. The handbook includes information on enrollment,
documents required for enrollment, Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards (GELDS), instruction and assessment. To view and download the Family
Handbook, please click the Family Handbook in the document list below.
Pre-K teachers use Georgia Early Learning Development Standards (GELDS) to make every moment with your child a learning opportunity. To explore the GELDS,
go to http://gelds.decal.ga.gov/.