Tag Archives: Project Pre-K to K Transition

TROY-Kellogg partnership expands to help more Dothan preschools

August 31, 2017
By Greg Phillips

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.


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TROY helps Dothan preschools receive state funding

June 22, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Two Dothan preschools were recently awarded state funding through Alabama’s First Class Pre-K Program after going through Troy University’s Project Pre-K to K Transition.

Eastside Childcare Learning Center, located on Columbia Highway, and Pal-A-Roos Daycare, located on Hodgesville Road, are two of 122 new First Class classrooms throughout the state this fall.

TROY helped the…

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Troy University recognizes faculty, staff for grant-writing efforts

December 8, 2016
By Andy Ellis

Three faculty members from Troy University’s College of Education, Dothan Campus, received the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs on Dec. 2 for their project to enable teachers and families to increase literacy rates among 4-year-olds at two area pre-K programs.

The presentation was made during the University’s 25th annual Sponsored Programs Recognition Luncheon.

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