Manchester to expand summer Ready for Success program
Thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation, up to 75 incoming first-graders in the city’s non-Title 1 schools will be invited to participate in the Ready for Success program. Those schools are Green Acres, Highland-Goffe’s Falls, Jewett, Smyth, Webster and Weston.
But this year, thanks to the Bean Foundation grant, youngsters in need of assistance to prepare them for first grade who attend or will attend the city’s six non-Title 1 schools may participate in the Ready for Success program.
Registration for the 2014-2015 school year for kindergarten and first grade is next month. Dates for registration at individual schools is available on the Manchester School District website. There will be one evening registration session covering all schools.
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