Georgia Pre-K Week for Leaders

Everything you need to know to have a successful Pre-K Week visit.

Thank you for participating in Georgia Pre-K Week 2019! The teachers and students greatly appreciate your interest in coming to see the quality early learning that happens there – and around the state – each day. We hope your Pre-K Week experience deepens your appreciation of the crucial role early learning plays to ensure our kids are on track and reading by third grade.

Register today!

2019 Pre-K Week Toolkit

Check out our toolkit with sample social media posts, newsletter language you can use to publicize your visit! Don’t forget to use the #GaPreKWeek!

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FAQs for Leaders

How do I participate in Georgia Pre-K Week?

he easiest way to register is to go to this link to let us know your preferences and availability. You can also call us at 404-343-2353 or email us at info@gaprekweek.com.

What is the official book for Pre-K Week 2019?

Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney 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 I promote my visit?

The most important way to promote your visit is to simply use the #gaprekweek. Please also check out our toolkit for sample tweets, messages, graphics, and other resources to promote and share your visit!

What should I do to prepare for my visit?

Please be sure you are aware of the address of the center you are visiting. The center will know you are coming and will guide you in your visit including bringing you to the classroom, providing additional books, and giving you information about their center. Don’t be afraid to ask any questions and have a fun time!

What should I do if I have more questions?

Email info@gaprekweek.com or call us at 404-343-2353 and Voices for Georgia’s Children will respond as quickly as possible!

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