Voluntary Pre-k Program

PreSchool Clip ArtThe goal of every Tennessee Pre-K classroom is to provide three and four-year-old children, with an emphasis on four-year-olds who are at-risk, an opportunity to develop school readiness skills (pre-academic and social skills) 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.

Each elementary school within the Scott County system offer Pre-K programs. These programs are contingent upon grant funding as well as required admission guidelines.

PRE-K Registration

Pre-K Registration

Parent Resources

          Reading 360 Stories for Students     Governor's Early Literacy Foundation Enrollment


Ready4K Program

Through the Ready4K Program, families with Pre-K through 3rd grade students receive weekly text messages with facts, easy tips, and activities on how to help each child learn and grow by building on existing family routines. Text messages match each child’s age, with simple engaging facts and suggestions for building on existing daily routines. The Ready4K text messages are aligned to Tennessee’s academic standards and focus on key areas like language and literacy, math and science, social and emotional learning, physical development, and health and safety.



Voluntary Pre-K Supervisor

Voluntary Pre-K Supervisor

Linda Keeton
Ed. S. in Administration and Supervision


208 Court Street / P.O. Box 37
Huntsville, TN 37756
Phone: 423-663-2159 ext. 8030
Fax: 423-663-9682