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1. Hand in Hand Preschool has Openings
Are you or someone you know looking for the perfect preschool for a 3 or 4 year old? Our Hand-in-Hand Preschool will be relocating to the brand new, state of the art, . In case you aren't familiar with our program, let me tell you a little about us.
Hand-In-Hand is a district wide integrated preschool program which provides programming for children with special needs as well as community children. The Hand-In-Hand Integrated Preschool is a program for three- and four-year old children. Our teachers are highly qualified, certified special education specialists. All classroom sessions provide developmentally appropriate curriculum experiences in a state-of-the-art preschool facility. Community enrolled children serve as role models for children with disabilities in the skill areas of language, socialization, play and motor growth.
The Hand-In-Hand staff consists of teachers with advanced degrees and specially trained student support facilitators. Speech/Language, Occupational, Physical and Behavioral Therapists are an integral part of the program and their expertise benefits the global curriculum experience. A School Psychologist, specializing in preschool age development, is also part of the highly skilled staff.
If you have any questions or would like me to pre-register a student, please contact me directly. Paul Tagliapietra, Preschool Coordinator
508-647-6583 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. is Holding a Coat Drive
As you clean out your closets looking for winter gear, please consider donating your gently-used jackets, coats, hats and gloves to our collection box in the Wilson Middle School lobby from now until December 22. We are looking for items for toddlers, young children, teens and adults. They will be given to for cleaning, and then they will be distributed to families who need them for the cold weather.
3. Won $250
Kennedy Middle School won the Windy Lo Nursery "Green Thumbs Up for Schools" Challenge. Thanks to all in our community who participated by 'liking' Windy Lo's Facebook page. The $250 Gift Certificate will support the Kennedy Middle School Garden.