The Cheatham County School District will start registering students in its Pre-K program for the 2017-2018 school year the week of April 17.
Children who turn 4-years-old on or before Aug. 15 are eligible to apply for Pre-K.
Parents can pick up a registration packet at any of the elementary schools or the Cheatham County Board of Education, 102 Elizabeth St. in Ashland City, between 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The packets must be returned to the Cheatham County Board of Education or at the Pre-K Carnival.
The Pre-K Carnival will be held on Saturday, April 29 from 8-11 a.m. at Cheatham Middle School, 700 Scoutview Drive in Ashland City (multi-purpose room in the back of the school).
Parents must bring the following documents when registering for Pre-K:
- Proof of income (paycheck stubs or public assistance verification)
- Certified birth certificate (not mother’s copy)
- Immunization record (up-to-date on official form)
- Proof of a physical exam (up-to-date on official form)
- Social Security card
- Three proofs of residence (utility bills, driver’s license, rent/mortgage agreement, auto registration, voter registration).
Pre-K programs are available at Ashland City Elementary, East Cheatham Elementary, Pegram Elementary and West Cheatham Elementary.
Pre-K is an income-sensitive educational-based program for 4-year-old children.
The Pre-K schedule goes from 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. each school day with parents providing transportation. Affordable daycare is also available at all Pre-K sites for working parents.
For more information, call Gena Batts at 615-746-1414 or Emily Staggs at 615-746-1433 or visit Cheatham County Schools at www.cheathamcountyschools.net.
Public Notice provided by Cheatham County School District, Tim Adkins, Communications Director.
Cheatham News 2017