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More and more studies are proving that educational experiences throughout early childhood have a rather dramatic impact on a child's future academic success.  As a school district, we cannot emphasize enough the value of healthy physical and mental development during these early years.  We find that intentional efforts in promoting vocabulary, early childhood literacy, physical prowess (and so much more) contribute in a mighty way to Kindergarten readiness and future success.
Because this is so important for ALL of our little ones, the Grant County Schools and Williamstown Independent Schools have joined forces to provide excellent learning activities for the Birth-5 year old population in Grant County.  The team, made of instructional and family resource leaders from both school districts, call themselves the Council for a Brighter Future, and have a common goal of providing educational experiences both for children and their caregivers that lead to a brighter future for our little ones.
Like last year, a series of monthly events have been planned for 2018-2019 with this target audience in mind.  We are requesting that individuals fitting this criteria not only engage in these activities themselves, but also invite others to join them!  In addition to following this page on our website, we are inviting these same Grant County parents / guardians to sign up for our "Remind" notifications.  We promise we won't share your information or bombard you with messages ... just little reminder notices for exciting upcoming events.  If interested in engaging with the Council for a Brighter Future via "Remind", please sign up here:  at  https://www.remind.com/join/abc123gc
Remaining events in the series include the following:   (Details yet to come.)
"What's Your Super Power?!"
...a special evening embracing families with children (Birth - 5 years old) who have special needs, disabilities, and developmental delays.
- Enjoy an inspiring, interactive presentation by Skool Aid, an organization focused on the wellness of all children.
- Engage with representatives from Redwood, Aetna, Kidz Club, Kentucky Autism Training Center, Critically Loved, and other agencies.  Receive information, resources, and a chance to win door prizes.
- Have your child's picture taken in super-hero attire by Steve Hurley Photography!  Families will receive a free photo!
Thursday, April 18, 2019 
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Williamstown Baptist Church
Please register at:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KKKX5KZ
June Event:  Splash Down at the Splash Pad! 

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