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Lake Bluff District 65 to offer ‘blended’ pre-K this fall
Lake Bluff Elementary School District 65 will launch its first pre-kindergarten program for typically-developing 3- and 4-year-olds this fall. The district was already running a program for kids with special needs, which will now be open to all in-district pre-schoolers as a blended program. The pre-kindergarten teachers will instruct all children in the new program, regardless of their ability. Speech/language pathologists, reading specialists, occupational therapists and other support staff will work with children in the classroom who require support.
July 14 4:56 p.m. |
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