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Dunham Introduces New Two-Year-Old Program


Great things come from small beginnings! Learning and developing through play and hands-on exploration are the hallmarks of The Dunham School’s new program for two year olds. Inspired by Reggio Emilia, the program’s curriculum will include developmentally-appropriate activities in early literacy, math, science, technology, world languages, art, movement, and Bible.

The Dunham Early Childhood Center will open in August of 2021 on the school’s main campus at 11111 Roy Emerson Drive near Perkins Rowe. Each classroom will be staffed by a lead and assistant teacher. To accommodate working parents, early and late care, snacks, and lunch will be provided at no extra charge.

Families interested in registering are invited to visit the Dunham Early Childhood Center website, or call (225) 767-7097 ext. 324 for more information.

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05 May 2021


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