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School is back in session!


A new school year means a new adventure!

Welcome to school, GA Pre-K Parents...

and thank you for allowing us to be your child's guide as they start their educational journey this school year! We hope your little one is ready for a fun and engaging year of excitement, adventure, and learning. Though we've all faced some new challenges this year, we promise to give your little learners the same, safe and secure "home-away-from-home" environment we've come to be known for.

This page will be your resource for all of the important information you'll need for the year. We want to be a partner in helping you raise your star for tomorrow so if you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us.

We hope you and your little learner are excited for what's to come!

-Your PPA Family

Scroll down this page for information on school supply lists, class times, and what to do in case of a COVID19 closure.

School Supply List

This year, GA Pre-K students at PPA will not be required to purchase school supplies. We will provide the basic resources (crayons, pencils, paper, etc) needed to make sure each child has a successful school year. Instead, we ask that parents keep the following items on hand at home so that if we need to switch to virtual learning because of COVID19, your children can continue learning, uninterrupted.
For your convenience, we've searched online to find you some of the cheapest options for each item, but the items in these links are only suggestions. You can get supplies from wherever you find them available.
Supplies to keep in a safe place at home:

Class Schedule

This year, instructional time for students in GA Pre-K will be every day (M-F) from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm, with time for breakfast, lunch, snacks and outside play included. We ask that parents provide a change of clothes for their children to use should any accidents occur.

In the event of Virtual Learning

due to COVID19

PPA is and will continue to take measures to protect its students, staff, and parents from the spread of COVID19. That said, if we are forced to switch to a virtual learning format, teachers will communicate directly with parents on curriculum requirements and lesson plans to keep the learning going.
If we are forced to go into a virtual learning situation, this page will serve as a resource for you to get all of the details you need. In the meantime, take a look at the steps we're taking to limit the spread of COVID19 within our walls.
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