Oak Grove ES Fine Arts Academy Celebrates Georgia PreK Week

Woodstock Police Officers Ryan Bleisath, Brittany Duncan, and Greg Stepp celebrate Georgia PreK Week as guest readers in teachers Lindsey Lark’s and Lisa Smith’s Georgia PreK classes at CCSD’s Preschool Center at Oak Grove Elementary School Fine Arts Academy. Children in the classes are: Emiliano Aboytes, Ansley Addams, Nevaeh Agnew, Huda Bargh, Makenzie Bauer, Jireh Belcher, Jacob Benitez, Arjun Brahmbhatt, Madison Burgess, Bry Copeland, Jene Epperson, Kaitie Espinosa, Parker Evanoff, Wyatt Fretwell, Trey Garvery, Xavia Ginns, Yatziri Gonzalez, Raelynn Houston, Kaleb James, Eli Jimenez, Angel Julian, Cataleya Lara, Olivia Lark, Malcolm Lathem, Aiden Limontas, Emmanuel Lopez, Colton McPhee, Daniel Mullins, Kani Olwana, Sophia Reardon, Antonella Restrepo, Jade Rolland, Natalia Ruiz, Kira Savenko, Emma Schwettman, Levi Sutton, Zehra Tawfiq, LJ Thornton, Harper White, Jamere Young and Malakai Woods. Students from CCSD’s Transition Academy program assisted with the event. Credit: Cherokee County School District

Woodstock Police Officer Brittany Duncan (right) reads about Pete the Cat during her Georgia PreK Week visit to CCSD’s Preschool Center at Oak Grove Elementary School Fine Arts Academy. Credit: Cherokee County School District

The Cherokee County School District recently celebrated Georgia Pre-K Week with special activities including guest readers.

The Cherokee County School District serves 198 4-year-olds in classes funded by the Georgia Lottery Pre-K program, which is celebrating its 25th birthday this year; the School District also provides Head Start and Special Education preschool programs to eligible children.

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