Childhood is a journey, not a race
The pre-Kindergarten program is designed to help children prepare for kindergarten and succeed in the school environment. Success is achieved through developmentally appropriate instruction by Highly Qualified pre-Kindergarten teachers. The program serves children who will be 4 years of age on or before August 15th .
Williamson County Schools Voluntary Pre-K classes are opened zone to all eligible 4 year-olds in Williamson County. Children of families of financial need are given priority. If space is still available then children who meet local at-risk criteria as established by WCS Pre-K Advisory Council will be accepted into the program.
Pre-K FAQs | Frequently Asked Questions
- a copy of your child’s legal birth certificate (not the mother’s copy)
- 2 proofs of residency in Williamson County- Utility bills (gas, water, electric) cable/satellite, cell phone bills and credit card statements are not accepted as proof of residency, If you are living with another Williamson County family you will need to bring the utility bills in their name and 2 pieces of mail in your name at the stated address.
- You will also need to bring proof of household income such as documentation of proof of federal or state assistance, recent pay stub(s), 2015 Tax Return or 2015 W-2(‘s) for all those who live in the home.
- Documentation regarding evaluations of your by a public or private institution.
- You will need an official copy of your child’s birth certificate,
- The Tennessee State Health and Immunization Record and can be obtained from your child’s doctor or the Williamson County Health Department
- 2 proofs of residency in Williamson County. These include: Gas, Water, or Electric Bills.
- If you are living with relatives or another resident of Williamson County, you will need to complete additional documents to prove your residence in Williamson County.
- Custody Information including all Parenting Plans