The Plainville Community Schools Preschool Program has immediate openings available for qualified role model students. For the 2008-2009 school year, screenings for role models will be held in February and March.
"Our comprehensive preschool program follows the Connecticut Preschool Curriculum Frameworks, ensuring that we are providing a solid foundation for our students as they prepare to move through each grade level," noted Special Education Supervisor Anne Walsh.
The preschool program is an integrated model, which not only serves identified special needs students, but also typically developing four year old children who qualify as role models through our screening process.Through this model, children learn from each other and benefit from working and playing together.The goal of the preschool program is to provide experiences that will allow the individual child to develop at his or her own pace in a supportive and enriching environment. The learning opportunities are active and provide students with the basic knowledge and understanding from which future learning can take place.
"We are proud of the quality preschool program that we offer in our school district.The early education staff provides a broad network of support for our youngest learners," stated Dr. Kathleen Binkowski, Superintendent of Schools.
Immediate openings are available for typical role model students who qualify for the program. Screenings for role model students for the 2008-2009 preschool program will be held on February 29th at 11:15 AM and March 14th at 9:30 AM. For information about the current openings as well as the upcoming screenings for next year’s program, contact Anne Walsh, Supervisor of Special Education for Plainville Community Schools at (860) 793-3214.
-Posted on February 6, 2008 at 02:35 PM
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