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Preparing for the First Day of School? . . . Find Help in our Library!

08/06/2013 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Moving to a New School, Your Child's Ages & Stages, Special Topics

It’s that time of year when many families are preparing to send a child to school for the first time.

  • What should they do to get their child registered? 
  • What will they need to bring in order to do so?
  • What immunizations will be required?
  • What can they expect to have happen on their first day?
  • What should they talk to their child about in order to get them ready?

Look no further than our™ Library’s “Early Childhood & Preparation” section!  In it you will find several topics that touch on the issues above  . . .

  • “Getting Ready for the First Day of School”
  • “Immunizations”
  • “Registering for Pre-K, Kindergarten & First Grade”
  • . . . and many more

Our Library is always “open” so you can research your questions when YOUR schedule allows.

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