Pre-K

Overview:
 
The Pre-Kindergarten Program is for students who qualify as low income determined by the federal government guidelines. All interested parents may sign up. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from school. The program hours are from 7:45 AM - 1:45 PM, Monday through Friday. These classes follow the regular school calendar, and there is an attendance requirement. You will be contacted on the status of your child’s enrollment in the Pre-K program after your child has been screened. Parents will have to verify proof of income. We will continue to accept applications at the Bedford County Board of Education Central Office building throughout the school year. Once all the openings are filled, your child’s name will go on a waiting list.

For more information on the Voluntary Pre-K program, please click here.

 

Frequently asked questions regarding Pre-K, please click here.

 

For the importance of Pre-K, please click here. 

 

How do I know if my child is eligible for Pre-K?

Enrollment in the Voluntary Pre-K program is based upon a child's eligibility as identified. The Pre-K application and income eligibility forms are available under the Files tab on this page.

 

 

Supervisor

Xavier Hamler

 

Administrative Assistant

Kim Joyce

 

Eakin Elementary Staff

Teacher:  Misty Byrom

Teacher:  Kirsten Reeves

Teacher:  Kelsey Sommers

 

Learning Way Elementary Staff

Teacher:  Cari Doss

Teacher:  Carolee Napper

Teacher:  Rachel Porter

 

Thomas Magnet Staff

Teacher:  Nikki Hasty

Teacher:  Delicia Hyatt

 

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