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Parents And Staff Members Support Keeping Center Open

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/29/2012

The Madison Early Childhood Learning Center staff members and parents who attended the Madison School Board meeting were pleased with board president Jeff Meyer's proposal to table the decision to close the center.

Aubrey Little said her son has benefitted from the education he has received at the center.

"This school has been amazing to my family. Coming into it our son really didn't speak alot. He hadn't really been involved with daycare at all and when we brought him in they got him the help he needed. His speech has improved thanks to the dedication of the staff," Little said.

"I think it is the right step to make right now. It gives the parents time to work together with staff to look at other options. I know there are alot of us that are willing to pay a little bit more for a great education for our kids. I'm will work with everybody to keep this place open," Little said. 
 
If a plan can not be developed to save the center. The Madison School Board will cut its financial support and that would take effect June 28, 2013.

   
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