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Students learning together

February 4, 2014

Preschool teacher Nicole Brewer helps Sebastian and Alex Carrillo make shapes out of Play-Doh on Monday afternoon. (Staff photo/John Bush)

It has been several months since Wapakoneta City Schools took over full supervision of preschool programs in the district, and Wapakoneta Elementary School  Vice Principal Carrie Knoch said that so far, it has been working well.

“Financially, it was a good move for us, but more importantly, it helped align all of our services and get our students in our buildings,” Knoch said. “We are much more familiar with the needs of our preschoolers now and so we anticipate their transition to kindergarten being very smooth.”

For the full story, see the Tuesday, Feb. 4 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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