Capitol Whispers                    February 12, 2019



In a nearly 100-year-old schoolhouse in Alberton, kids are preparing for kindergarten through one of 18 pilot preschool programs funded by the state.

On a bright February morning, Lillie Baughman, 4, used playtime to build a meticulous tower with concentration and patience. The room was buzzing with eight preschool students running from activity to activity. Their teacher, Sue Dallapiazza, said the kids will have nap time after lunch, but said no one usually takes the opportunity to sleep.


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