BREAKING: FCSD25 Administration is recommending one site for Kindergarten, Early Learning Center and K-Boost Programs

*Feature Photo: The FCSD25 School Board is meeting in a work session prior to its 7 p.m. regular meeting. In attendance are members of the planning committee for the Early Learning Center. (Pitchenginer Communities) * (Riverton, Wyo.) - Superintendent Terry Snyder told the Riverton School Board at a work session this evening that he will be recommending a single site for all kindergarten classes plus the Early Childhood Center and the Kinder-Boost programs. He said the site being recommended to host the three programs is at Aspen Park Elementary. Snyder said he was making his recommendation now so the board could discuss the reconfiguration before a final decision would be made at the March 8th regular meeting. The decision to move forward on the Early Learning Center and Kinder-boost will be made at tonight's regular meeting. Snyder also said Sheryl Esposito will be the principal at the school, due to her expertise and experience in Early Childhood Education. [image: Inline image 1] *Sheryl Esposito presented a presentation to the board on the new website under development to answer parental questions about the programs. (Pitchengine Communities)* In a presentation to the board, Esposito said a website is in the works that will answer parent questions about the programs. She said the top priorities for the building will be safety, starting kids on the pathway for a 90 percent graduation rate from high school, maximizing student achievement and ensuring efficient and effective operations. "Aspen Park is already set up for young children and very little expense will be needed to convert the back entrance for a pre-school if we were to go in that direction," she said. "The building is set up for an early learning center." Snyder said parental concerns over transportation, scheduling and how to work with their kids at home has been incorporated into #county10 #news