The Lighthouse Learning Center in Cahokia held a ribbon cutting and open house for education officials, including Beth Purvis, the Illinois Secretary of Education. The center was funded in part by a $1.3 million Early Childhood Construction Grant. Here, Jonathan Knaup, 4 from Cahokia, blows bubbles during outdoor recess time.
The Lighthouse Learning Center in Cahokia held a ribbon cutting and open house for education officials, including Beth Purvis, the Illinois Secretary of Education. The center was funded in part by a $1.3 million Early Childhood Construction Grant. Here, Jonathan Knaup, 4 from Cahokia, blows bubbles during outdoor recess time. Tim Vizer News-Democrat
The Lighthouse Learning Center in Cahokia held a ribbon cutting and open house for education officials, including Beth Purvis, the Illinois Secretary of Education. The center was funded in part by a $1.3 million Early Childhood Construction Grant. Here, Jonathan Knaup, 4 from Cahokia, blows bubbles during outdoor recess time. Tim Vizer News-Democrat

‘Child-focused’ center in Cahokia opens to acclaim by state’s education secretary

April 29, 2015 04:54 PM

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