Goal of Pre-K Programs
Schools Offering PRe-K Services
The goal of every Tennessee Pre-K classroom is to provide our 4-year-old children with the learning experiences they need in order to succeed in kindergarten.
The Tennessee Voluntary Pre-K Program will prepare children for school by providing an opportunity for them to develop school readiness skills in an environment that fosters the love and joy of learning.
Participation in the Pre-K program will help children develop pre-academic and social skills that will help them in their educational career.
Each year several schools within the White County system offer Pre-K programs. These programs are contingent upon grant funding as well as other admission guidelines.
Step One - Registration
Choose either online or paper registration.
Step Two - Income Eligibility Form
Step Three - Required Documents
You are still required to submit copies of the required documents to the school district. You may submit paper copies of your documents to Angela Fresh at the White County Board of Education or you may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to email the documents make sure that you list the student's name in the subject of the email. Your registration will not be complete until all required documents have been received.
Student's Birth Certificate (Official certificate preferred, but options available)
Proof of Residence (i.e. Electric bill in your name)
Student's Immunization & Physical Form (Must have been completed within the last year)
Copy of the 1st Page of your Income Tax Return - Custodial Parent
Custody Papers (if applicable)
Helpful Links for Parents
Additional Helpful Links
VPK Family Survey Link
White County Board of Education
Angela Fresh, Supervisor of Elementary Instruction
931.836.2229 | Angela.Fresh@whitecoschools.net