University Charter School among those receiving ‘P-3 funding’
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WTOK) - Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education announced Friday that 36 new classrooms will be funded through the Pre-K through 3rd Grade Integrated Approach to Early Learning (P-3). This will bring the number of classrooms impacted by the P-3 approach to 260 in 23 counties.
|The recipient schools are:|
|• Harmony Elementary School in Cullman County|
• Geneva County Elementary School in Geneva County
• Bradford KinderCare in Huntsville
• Sugar Creek Elementary School in Limestone County
• University Charter School in Livingston
• Lupton Junior High School, Valley Junior High School, Curry Elementary School and Parrish Elementary School in Walker County
• Double Springs Elementary School, Addison Elementary School, Lynn Elementary School, and Meek Elementary School in Winston County.
The P-3 approach works to ensure the student success and close the achievement gap by expanding access to the nationally recognized, high-quality First Class Pre-K program model and by taking the most successful parts of K-3 initiatives to establish a strong foundation of early learning experiences that promote student achievement and success. For more information, including a full list of P-3 Classrooms, click here.
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