The program has been recognized as on of the nation's best in a recent report. In its State of Preschool 2011 Yearbook, the National Institute for Early Education Research gave Georgia its first 10 out of 10 in measures of quality. Only five of 39 state pre-k programs across the country met all 10 quality standards for 2010-2011.
Georgia was considered a forerunner in early education when, in the 1990s, with some of the proceeds from the Georgia lottery, it created the nation’s first universal pre-kindergarten program open, space permitted, to any 4-year-old. There’s routinely a waiting list for the program, which costs about $355 million annually.Congratulations to all past and present students of Georgia’s Pre-K Program.
Floyd County Schools slots in the program are full this year but it’s not to late to join in, there are still openings for students in the community.
For more information please contact:
Floyd County Schools, 706-234-1031
Just Kids Learning Center -706-295-0977
Kids’ Stop Learning Center -706-236-9600
Rebecca Blaylock Child Development Center -706-234-5159
Winthrop Academy - 706-236-2503
Super Kids Early Learning Center -706-291-2560
Toddlers Inn– 706-232-1805
Kid’s World Learning Center Armuchee– 706-234-5948
Kid’s World Learning Center John Maddox –706-235-0331
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