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Midland Public Schools' 3-Year-Old Preschool Program ... What do YOU think?

As you may know, several years ago, Midland Public Schools launched very successful 4-year old preschool programs, which are now housed at the Carpenter Street School Pre-Primary Center.

The District is seeking public input to determine if there is interest in Midland PS starting a 3-year-old preschool program also in the Pre-Primary Center on Carpenter Street.

If you have a child who may be ready for a 3-year-old preschool program in the next few years, would you please answer the questions on this short survey: https://forms.gle/g4MobGh76YgFV6vZA.

As you will see from the survey, we are looking at a number of variables to determine if a 3-year-old preschool program run by Midland Public Schools may be something that would be of interest for young families.

If you do not have a little one ... please don't hit that delete key yet!

We hope you will forward this email to family members/friends/neighbors who have a little one/little ones who may be ready for a 3-year-old program in the next year or so.

Who better than Midland Public Schools to get little ones prepared for their K-12 educational journey?

Please complete this survey before the end of the day Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Thank you!

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2021-2022 Kindergarten Enrollment

Mission

Chestnut Hill Elementary, in partnership with students, parents, and the community, shares the responsibility for maintaining a nurturing environment and developing challenging programmes in which students will become knowledgeable, cooperative and ethical citizens who take action in the global world.

SCHOOL HOURS

Start Time: 8:40am
End Time: 3:40pm

Half-day Hours
Start Time: 8:40am
End Time: 11:51am

Principal's Message

Tracy Renfro Welcome to Chestnut Hill Elementary! I am the proud principal of over 400 students and 50 staff members.

The Chestnut Hill teachers and staff work extremely hard with students to improve achievement by creating school communities in which all students can learn, no exceptions! The efforts and sacrifices of supportive parents and the expertise and commitment of a nurturing staff allow us to create amazing educational experiences for students.

I look forward to meeting all of you, and I am happy to assist with your child's education and success at Chestnut Hill Elementary.
Yours In Education,
Tracy Renfro
Principal