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Pequot Lakes School Readiness students to graduate

The Pequot Lakes School Readiness program will end classes the week of May 18, and students in the four sections will participate in an end-of-program graduation ceremony Thursday, May 21, or Friday, May 22.

The Pequot Lakes School Readiness program will end classes the week of May 18, and students in the four sections will participate in an end-of-program graduation ceremony Thursday, May 21, or Friday, May 22.

Parents and family members are invited to the graduation. Parents may be able to join their child for a short school bus ride, which is an important transition for many children as they prepare to leave a preschool program to go into elementary school.

School Readiness teachers are April Kinney and Jessie Mudgett. Students have worked on letter recognition, letter writing, number recognition, geometry (shapes) and social/emotional skills that will enable them to listen, wait for a turn to talk or share and be ready for classroom participation in a kindergarten class in the fall of 2015.

Enrollment for the 2015-16 School Readiness program has opened. For information, visit www.isd186.org , then select "early childhood programs."

School Readiness is offered to all children who are age 4 by Sept. 1, 2015. Find the list of sections, program fees and a registration form on the school website. Return the completed form to the Early Childhood office on the east end of Eagle View Elementary School, or mail it to School Readiness at 30805 Olson St., Pequot Lakes, MN 56472.

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For more information on the program and the Parent Aware scholarships, call the School Readiness program office at 218-562-7520.

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