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HVP January 2018

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Page 10 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 11 Randolph School 2467 Rte. 9D, Wappingers Falls 297-5600; Randolph School teachers combine their knowledge of child development and learning goals with students' interests to craft a dynamic and engaging curriculum that encourages the growth of higher level thinking skills. Learning Together 40 Park Ln., Highland; 883-5151 228 Ward St., Montgomery; 293-5600 Learning Together is a preschool where children explore their world the way they learn best... through play. We celebrate the diverse spirits of children and families within a caring environment, supporting physical, creative and intellectual growth for all! Reformed Church Weekday Nursery School 70 Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie 471-0895; Children need a safe, consistent environment, a developmentally appropriate curriculum, and a staff that is experienced and passionate about giving them the best opportunity to learn. We have a well-tested track record of showing our dedication to that belief. Pierson Lab Nursery School at Dutchess Community College 53 Pendell Rd., New Paltz; 431-8364 DCC's Pierson Lab Nursery School has been providing enriching and engaging experiences for children for generations. Located on the DCC main campus, the 2 nursery school classrooms are staffed by master teachers supervising students in the Early Education Program. For more great schools, visit us online at: 415 Route 343, Millbrook, NY 12545 845.677.5014 ■ Experience the Dutchess Day Difference Preschool through Eighth Grade Traditional learning in an innovative environment Montessori of New Paltz 130 Dubois Rd., New Paltz; 677-5014 Our peaceful environment fosters children's natural love of learning. Children are respected as individuals working at their own pace experiencing the excitement of hands-on learning. Our graduates are kind, critical thinkers who strive to live in harmony with others and the Earth.

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