Two additional preschool classrooms to open in spring
By Kelly Cantrall
Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 12:26 am (Updated: December 23, 12:30 am)
More students than ever will be able to attend preschool at Hardin County Schools.
The HCS board approved creation of two Preschool Readiness Academy classrooms, which would serve students who don’t qualify for state-funded preschool. The district is trying to reach as many 3- and 4-year-old children as possible to prepare them for kindergarten.
The additional classrooms open in the spring semester.
Superintendent Nannette Johnston said it’s essential to give children a good start to their education.
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