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New program for young children to begin at CCP

Cazenovia Community Preschool, Inc. has announced a new option for preschoolers in the fall of 2011. A five day a week kindergarten readiness program for four-year-olds will meet from 9:15 to 11:45 a.m. Monday-Friday. This option is designed for families who want to bridge the gap between preschool and Cazenovia Central School District's full-day kindergarten. Director Torrey Lansing states, "Parents who are considering delaying Kindergarten entrance for their child with a fall birthday may find this option attractive."

Cazenovia Community Preschool values well-paced transitions for children and is dedicated to offering programs that match family needs and preferences. The preschool continues to offer a three-day a week program for four-year-olds and a two day a week program for three-year-olds. All of CCP's programs balance high expectations for children's growth with an understanding of what is developmentally appropriate for each child.

Applications for enrollment in all programs are now being accepted. For an opportunity to learn more about offered programs, CCP is hosting a Winterfest Open House on from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Friday Feb. 11. The open house will be held at CCP on the corner of Lincklaen and Nickerson Streets. and will feature both indoor and outdoor activities.

Cazenovia Community Preschool, Inc. is a community-funded, comprehensive preschool whose mission is to provide a well-rounded and nurturing learning experience for children of Cazenovia and surrounding areas, regardless of income or ability, with the goal of supporting the full development of each child's potential. The program's curriculum emphasizes cognitive, social, physical, emotional, and creative development. For more information about programs for three and four-year-olds or to enroll your child, please contact Director Torrey Lansing at torrey.lansing@yahoo.com or call 655-7234.

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