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Georgia Pre-K Week for Pre-K Centers

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The sixth annual Georgia Pre-K Week was a huge success in educating state, community, and business leaders on the importance of early education. You joined a record-breaking 500+ Pre-K centers that registered with Voices for Georgia's Children to host a Pre-K Week celebration by inviting local leaders such as mayors, superintendents, policemen, firemen, city council members, and school board members to visit your Pre-K center.

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  1. Communication Tools

  2. FAQ


Communication Tools

Publicize your Pre-K Week celebrations! Post about your Georgia Pre-K Week experience using the hashtag #GaPreKWeek. Posting to social media sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram helps spread the message about the importance of early education to a wider audience.

Consider inviting local media and/or submitting a press release as well. Check out our media tips and sample press releases below:

In addition, make sure to be posting about your Pre-K Week events on social media with the hashtag #GaPreKWeek. Our social media toolkit makes it easy with memes, cover photos, profile pictures, and samples social shares!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should our Pre-K center participate?

To ensure that early education remains a priority for our state and local leaders, it is important that every community understands and supports quality learning for all children. Your Pre-K center’s participation will open up the opportunity for leaders to get a first-hand look at the high quality early learning taken place at your center.

What is the official book for Pre-K Week 2016?

The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister is this year’s official book. You should, however, feel free to use any of the high-quality, age appropriate books listed by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.

How can we celebrate Pre-K Week?

1) Invite local leaders to visit your Pre-K center with our sample letter to raise awareness of the importance of quality early education.

2) Start planning some activities to do during Pre-K Week with your students! Be sure to check out this list of activities and lesson plans centered around this year’s official Pre-K Week Book, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister, for ideas.

3) Share your festivities! Our communication tools make it easy to promote your events and program.

Why am I being contacted by Georgia Power, Synovus or one of Pre-K Week’s community partners?

Where available, Georgia Power, Synovus, or one of our community partners may reach out to you to help you host a Pre-K Week celebration. We hope you will respond to one of these partners should they extend an invitation to help you in hosting your Pre-K Week event.

What should I do if I have more questions?

Email info@gaprekweek.com and Voices for Georgia's Children will respond as quickly as possible.

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