Pearl Early Childhood Education Center

  • ECEC

  • Building Address

    180 Mary Ann Drive

    Pearl, MS  39208

    601-933-2461 (office)

    School Hours

    Arrival: 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.

    Dismissal (Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.)- 2:00 p.m.

    Dismissal (Weds.)- 1:30 p.m.


ECEC Minute

Upcoming Dates to Remember

  •  November 30:  Show & Tell Friday; letter Cc

    December 7:  Show & Tell Friday; letter Oo

    December 21:  60% Day; Holiday Parties 8:45 a.m.

    December 24 - January 7:  No School

    January 11:  Dress in hilarious hair & hats. Show & Tell Friday; letter Hh

    January 18:  Students are encouraged to dress in pajamas; no slippers please.  Show & Tell Friday; letter Uu

    January 25:  Show & Tell Friday; letter Gg

    February 1:  Students are encouraged to dress in fairy tale attire.  Show & Tell Friday; letter Ll

    February 15:  Students are encouraged to dress in Wild West/Rodeo attire

    February 22:  Show & Tell Friday; letter Kk

    February 25:  Dr. Seuss; students are encouraged to dress in red or blue

    February 26:  Dr. Seuss; students are encouraged to wear silly socks

    February 27:  Dr. Seuss; students are encouraged to wear wacky attire

    February 28:  Dr. Seuss; students are encouraged to wear a hat

    March 1:  Dr. Seuss; students are encouraged to dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss character.  Show & Tell Friday; letter Vv

    March 5:  Spring Picture Day

    March 7:  Parent Make & Take @ 6 p.m.

    March 8:  Show & Tell Friday; Letter Pp

    March 11 - 15:  No School

    March 29:  Show & Tell Friday; Letter Bb




  • The Pearl Public School District's Pre-Kindergarten Program serves 100 four-year-old children and their families.  Title I federal funds are utilized to operate the Pre-Kindergarten Program. 

    The Pearl Public School District Pre-Kindergarten Program is based on the philosophy that parents are their child's first and most important teachers.  Our faculty and staff members are committed to work in partnership with parents and other community agencies to increase the educational opportunities available to our students.  We believe children can reach their fullest potential when school, home, and community work together toward common goals.  

    The early childhood years are a critical time in the development for every child.  The learning that takes place during the first eight years of life serves as the foundation for all later academic, social, emotional, physical and motor development.  We emphasize developing the potential of each four-year-old through a well-rounded instructional program. Instruction is provided by certified teachers and highly qualified teacher assistants.  Our program follows the Mississippi Early Learning Guidelines for Classrooms Serving Four-Year-Olds.  Our educational approach, using Opening the World of Learning (OWL) curriculum resources, addresses Mississippi Pre-K Content Standards in seven domain areas: Language and Literacy, Math, Science, Social Studies, Creative, Social and Emotional and Health and Physical Development.  Our Pre-K program activities are designed to reach students at their own developmental level and provide the necessary building blocks for future learning experiences.  Learning opportunities facilitate every child's natural curiosity and eagerness to learn. 

    Our theme this year is centered around the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, Jr.  We will work our way through the Early Learning Standards, gaining the knowledge and skills needed to reach our Kindergarten readiness destination.

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Important Documents

Registration Information for 2018-2019