D90 considering an extended kindergarten program

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By Terry Dean

Staff reporter


(Courtesy River Forest Elementary School District 90)
This fall, the District 90 Superintendent's Leadership Council has been focused on researching the program options, staff and facility needs, and costs for a possible extended-day kindergarten program. The council, which comprises the superintendent, Lincoln School Principal Pam Hyde, and teachers from each of the District schools, will present its findings to the Dist. 90 Board of Education at the Jan. 4, 2011, Committee of the Whole meeting, taking place at 7 p.m. in Roosevelt Middle School's Library Learning Center,  7560 Oak Ave. All members of the public are invited and welcome to attend.



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