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Pre-School Opened To More Students

Lee Seitz

Interim schools Superintendent Lee Seitz said that additional money has been found to expand the district’s Pre-K program for the remainder of the school year.


The school district will be able to enroll up to 90 more general- and special-education students in its Pre-Kindergarten programs.

Interim schools Superintendent Lee Seitz said at the Jan. 22 Board of Education meeting that additional federal and local money has been found to fund the limited expansion of the program for the remainder of the school year.

Pre-K programs are open to students aged 4 years.

Seitz said there is money left from the district’s Individuals with Disabilities Education Act grant to fund half- and full-day Pre-K classes in all of the district’s elementary schools.

He said information about the program would be delivered to parents through “phone blasts” and the district’s Web site.

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