Troy University’s Project Pre-K to K Transition is expanding its scope once again as it moves into its third and final year.
The program, aimed at helping Dothan-area preschoolers better prepare for kindergarten, will now extend its focus to include a class of 3-year-olds in addition to the 4-year-olds previously included in the project.
Troy University today announced plans for the creation of the Coleman Center for Early Learning and Enrichment. The Center will be housed in Coleman Hall, a facility to be built at the University’s Dothan Campus.
A collaboration between the College of Health and Human Services and the College of Education, the Coleman Center will enhance the University’s…
Troy University treated about 70 Dothan-area preschoolers to a day of fun and activities last week at CornDodgers Farm in Headland, Alabama, thanks to a program sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Children from Little Rebels Daycare, Ashford Christian Development Center, Southeast Alabama Medical Center Child Development Center and Honeysuckle Childcare & Preschool experienced a…
A Troy University program aimed at helping Dothan area preschoolers better prepare for kindergarten is doubling in scope thanks to a funding increase.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has increased funding for Project Pre-K to K Transition, a three-year program that offers training, supplies and hands-on support to child care centers in the Dothan area.