Moving Back Into Early Childhood Center

Flooding last month forced the use of the newly renovated Bond Unit 2 Early Childhood Center to be delayed.

Repairs were necessary, and staff members have been waiting for the go-ahead to move in. Laurie Schneck, instructional leader for the Project Parenting Program, was happy to tell us that the move began Tuesday.

There will be three classrooms in the facility as well and it looks like those will be ready in early to mid-October. Students in those three classes have been gathering in the First Presbyterian Church while repairs were going on.

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The Early Childhood Center will include three Kindergarten Readiness Program classrooms and offices for secretaries and other staff.

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