The goal of the Tullahoma City Schools Pre-K program is to provide four-year olds with the opportunity to develop socially, emotionally, and academically. Our program will also help to establish good habits and routines that will be important in kindergarten and the rest of their academic career. Pre-K classrooms provide hands-on activities through learning centers, which include: art, science, music, reading, math, dramatic play, and blocks.


Cassandra Daniel

The 2018-2019 school year is my first experience with teaching Pre-K, and I have loved every minute. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Tennessee Tech University. I have been in several previous educational settings and love working with children.

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Deone Jennings

I am a proud mother of two young adult children and an amazing grandson. I have been blessed with good health and a rewarding career. I have taught for 16 years, 12 of those have been dedicated to the Tullahoma City Schools Pre-K being the only remaining teacher that launched the program in 2008. I have taught other grades, but my heart is in Pre-K. The opportunity to teach young children is a blessing; knowing what you do impacts their lives forever.

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Lyndsey Lonning

I am a proud Early Childhood Educator who has been teaching for 17 years. I received my Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Specialist Degree from Middle Tennessee State University. I had previously taught Kindergarten and 2nd grade before I joined the Tullahoma City Schools Pre-K program in 2012. Teaching young children isn’t my job; it’s my passion. I reside in Tullahoma with my husband and children.

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Kelli Minor

My name is Kelli Minor, and I have been a part of the Tullahoma Pre-K program for four years. I earned my bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education from Western Governors University. I live in Winchester with my husband, daughter, and four dogs.

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