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Gibraltar 4K collaboration off the great start

After being one of the last districts in the state to offer it, Gibraltar’s new four-year-old kindergarten collaboration is off to a successful start. Along with the Northern Door Children’s Center in Sister Bay, Peninsula Preschool in Ephraim, and the Dragonfly program at The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor, Gibraltar introduced its 4K classes this school year. The four entities have been meeting since to ensure they remain on the same page regarding curriculum, programming, and materials. Karen Corekin-DeLaMer from the Northern Door Children’s Center says they could not have asked for a better partner when starting the pilot program.

In addition to changes that come with hosting the 4K program at its facility, the Northern Door Children’s Center is undergoing its physical transformation. Approximately 4,000 square feet are being added to the current building to give them more space for its 4K students and, with additional proper staffing, more children for its other programs. 

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