Little Red Schoolhouse Plans Open House

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The Little Red Schoolhouse
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Little Red Schoolhouse, the only traditional cooperative preschool in North Berkshire County, will hold its spring admissions open house on Monday, March 29, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

At the open house, parents and their children are invited to visit Little Red classrooms, meet the teachers and talk to parents of current students.

Registration will be taken for the 2010-11 school year, as well. Little Red has two classrooms: the Cubs room for children 2 years, nine months old to 3 years old and the Bears room for children 4 years old and up.

The preschool is a cooperative, meaning parents serve on the Board of Directors, which sets school policies, monitors the budget and hires staff. Parents also take on many other varied jobs according to their talents, schedules and preferences. From making Playdough and substituting in the classroom, to participating in field trips and organizing fundraising events, Little Red parents help to build a strong school experience for their children.

The school is located on Route 7 just south of the Route 43 intersection in South Williamstown. For more information, call 413-458-8668 or visit www.lrsh.org.
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