Savannah-Chatham County Public School System


Pre-Kindergarten  students will follow the same instructional process of beginning the 2020-21 school year virtually. It is the hope of our Superintendent that we all return to face to face instruction as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. The data drives the decision.  Our first official day of school is August 19th. ​

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System has 64 Georgia Lottery funded Pre-K classes. The Pre-Kindergarten program provides services to age eligible four year olds (must be four years of age on or before September 1 of the school year) residing in Chatham County. Our program provides a full day (6.5 hours) of appropriate instructional services to students for the regular school calendar year. The purpose of the Pre-K Program is school readiness and transition to Kindergarten for success in later school years.

All of our classes use the High Scope Curriculum and Eureka Math Curriculum. All teachers are certified with at least a four-year degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education. Teachers provide instructional activities and learning experiences in the areas of language/literacy, math, art, science, social studies and creative expressions. There is a minimum of 5.0 hours of instruction per day. The remaining hours (1.5) of the instructional day includes rest/nap, meals and outside play. Field trips are an integral part of the Pre-K experience.

A maximum of twenty-two (22) students receive services in each class. More information about the Georgia Lottery funded Pre-kindergarten Program can be obtained by going to​

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