The Northern Lights School announced that it has been selected by the Saranac Lake Central School District to provide Universal Pre-Kindergarten Programming for eligible four year-old students living in the school district.
Northern Lights will accept student in this program for the school year beginning in the Fall 2013.
Northern Lights School’s experiential-based curriculum provides its preschoolers with a strong foundation for future academic and life success. Its parents recognize the value of this approach, especially for the innovation economy of the future.
“The innovation economy of the future will require individuals who are creative thinkers and problem solvers,” Dr. Liz Leadbetter, who will have students in the program, said. “This is the skill set that will be valuable and will give my children a competitive advantage as they enter the workforce as adults. Northern Light’s program provides this solid foundation that will allow my kids to be productive citizens in the global and innovative economy of tomorrow.”
“I am very excited that Northern Lights will participate in the District’s UPK program,” parent Tam Ly said. “Its experiential-based programming is what our community needs and will benefit its students tremendously as they later enter the district’s strong educational programs.”