• prek
    prek
    LtoR: Mrs. Stephanie Farmer, Mrs. Danielle Trammell, 
    Mrs. Jennifer Brown, Mrs. Kelley Lowe


    Mrs. Danielle Trammell 
                      danielle.trammell@hart.k12.ga.us
    I am Danielle Trammell and I teach Pre-K here at NHES. I received my Associate's Degree from Emmanuel College and a B.S. degree from Ashford University. This is my 6th year of teaching and my 2nd year here at NHES. I truly enjoy teaching Pre-K and establishing the educational foundations for my students. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, relaxing at home, baking, cooking, seeing the latest movie releases with my husband and friends, supporting my children in their extracurricular activities, traveling to the beach, going on vacations, and cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs!


    Mrs. Stephanie Farmer (para)      stephanie.farmer@hart.k12.ga.us
     
    Mrs. Jennifer Brown                    jennifer.brown@hart.k12.ga.us
    I'm Jennfier Brown, a Pre-K teacher here at NHES. I received my B.S. degree from Emmanuel College. This is my 10th year of teaching, with 4 of those years here at NHES. In my spare time, I love to read Nicholas Sparks books, go to the movies, spend time with my family, and go on vacations!

    Mrs. Kelley Lowe (para)               kelley.lowe@hart.k12.ga.us

    Prek

    Our Pre-K Program
    Our Pre-K Program is a lottery funded educational program for Georgia's four and five year olds to prepare children for Kindergarten. We work to prepare students for Kindergarten by helping them increase communication with each other and their teachers. Students learn through learning centers, small group experiences, phonological awareness, music and movement, and large group time with our morning meetings. The school readiness goals of the Pre-K program provide appropriate preschool experiences emphasizing growth in language and literacy, math concepts, science, social studies, arts, physical development, and social and emotional competence to help them become enthusiastic and curious in approaching new learning activities.