OHS Students Working With Hager Preschool
Owensboro High School students participating in the Early Childhood career pathway are getting a hands-on learning opportunity. The OHS students are spending time in classrooms at Hager Preschool. But the students aren't just observing how the preschool classrooms work. They're helping Hager teachers with many activities such as teaching shapes and colors to Hager students. Thanks to this program, Hager students are receiving more one-on-one time with teachers.
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Kentucky Arts Council Artist Molly Eric is working with students at all five OPS elementary schools to create a decoupage canvas based on a book the students read. Decoupage is a term used to describe the craft of decorating objects with paper cut-outs. v
The Kentucky Department of Education gave Owensboro Public Schools’ Hager Preschool a Five-Star rating in its recent review of the school. It’s the highest rating an early childhood program can earn.
Thanks to some guideline changes in community eligibility provision, all Owensboro High School and Owensboro Innovation Academy students will receive a no cost breakfast and lunch this upcoming school year. OPS students preschool through eighth grade and Gateway Academy students already receive a no cost breakfast and lunch.
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