Southaven Early Childhood Students Prep Supplies for Kindergartners

   

Southaven High School Early Childhood I and II students put together take-home readers for Kindergarteners this semester. The SHS early childhood education program began in the 1970s and teaches students cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development in the classroom and at an on-site preschool. Pictured are SHS students Karina Lopez, Maryanna Duncan, Dyanne Caldwell, and Karla Yzaguirre (left photo) and Raveen Logan, Kimora Harris, Destiny Rawls, Kennedy Moses, Taraneshia Lloyd, Davaria Thigpen, and Abby Bui.



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