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GSRP program prepares for future at LLW

 

November 23, 2018

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STUDENTS AND teachers in Ironwood's Great Start Readiness Program stand in front of the George N. Sleight School last Friday on the last day of classes there before the program moved to the Luther L. Wright K-12 School. Those commemorating the last day included, first row: Ivy Bromley, Kadey Gallo, Buliwyf Anderson, Lily Statman, Oscar Golebiowski, William Stanke, Brycen Ruppel, Leyna Gerlach, Audrina Watkins and Josslynn Schwartz; second row: Kanon Blaszak, Wyatt Choronzy, Elizabeth Ross, Sydney Kolesar, Evelynn Hembree, Bentley Luedtke, Sommer Casey, Charlotte Spaniel and Gianna Richards; third row: Natalie Sackman, Easton Oja, Tyson Madison, Connor Kauppi, Carter Kennedy, Maggie Kusz, Cally Aho, Chase Richards, Nante Niemi and Thurman Baldwin; fourth row: staff members Laura Ahonen, Amy Lahti, Jackie Rowe and Becky Anderson.

By RICHARD JENKINS

rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD - The 4-year-olds in Ironwood's Great Start Readiness Program will have a new home next week when they return to classes Monday as the program completes its transition from the George N. Sleight School to Luther L. Wright K-12 School.

"We have green lights from the state, this is a go. Monday is for real," Superintendent Travis Powell said Wednesday. "The children will be dropped off in our bus lane like the rest of our students."

Those parents dropping their students off can park in the school parking lot and take their kids to the bu...



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