Long Beach, Michigan (WLOX) – This year, the Long Beach School District is expanding learning opportunities for its youngest and oldest students.
A new Pre-K class will be launched this year, thanks to financial support from the community.
Starting this year, the district is offering residents and businesses the opportunity to contribute to the district’s Early Learning Collaborative. Supporting her new PreK-4 program with added tax credit benefits for next year’s application.
With the money donated so far, school officials said they were able to upgrade the district’s two pre-kindergarten classrooms, open three new classes, and provide seating for up to 100 four-year-olds. I’m here.
“People in our community understand that it is an investment in our children, an investment in our future. It’s a request to divert the text responsibility to keep the responsibility here,” explained Kelleigh Broussard, the assistant superintendent who oversees the program.
This process requires a donation to the Long Beach Early Learning Collaborative. This donation will be matched 1:1 on your state tax return.
Long Beach High School also incurs costs in Career Technical Education classes. In the coming months, the school district will break ground on his new 2,800-square-foot building. It can accommodate hundreds of students and has an auto repair shop.
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