White Mountains school board expands preschool
SAU 36 Superintendent Harry Fensom said Wednesday that the board approved expanding the district’s preschool programs for 4-year-olds from two half-days a week to four half-days, and to waive the fees for those children who are enrolled as non-special education students.
Special Education Director Marie Fay said that if there is not enough space for all the children who are not coded but who wish to enroll, the district will fill the spots based on which children could benefit most from the early schooling.
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