Early Eagle Academy Aids Families, Young Students
By West Kentucky Star Staff
GRAVES COUNTY - Graves County Schools is inviting parents of young children to take advantage of its Early Eagle Academy childcare program. 

Early Eagle Academy is designed for children ages 3-5. The Graves County School District offers it to help families, as their young children develop school-readiness skills in a playful environment.

The program’s primary goal is to provide early learners and their families with knowledge, resources and materials to aid in kindergarten readiness. That’s according to early education consultant/community liaison Courtney Hayden. She says a closely-related goal is to encourage the educational and professional development of families to broaden each child’s base of support.

The program operates on a year-round basis and provides full-day, full-week childcare Monday-Friday between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Part-time childcare for current Graves County preschool students is available as a “wrap-around” program to assist working families. In addition,
drop-in/emergency care services are offered, as space allows. Early Eagle Academy childcare sites are located at Farmington Elementary School and Graves County Middle School.

To learn more, call Courtney Hayden at 270-328-1555 or log on to the district’s website at the link below.

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Published 05:59 AM, Sunday May. 17, 2020
Updated 11:34 AM, Monday May. 18, 2020



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