A preschool for children who are hard to reach

Photos by Sean Ryan
Text by Ron Feemster
June 4, 2013
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The Wind River School District turned a used school bus into a mobile preschool for children who live far from the main schools in Pavillion — or whose families struggle with transportation and scheduling issues. As WyoFile reported last week, the district sees too many children arriving unprepared for kindergarten. Preschool teacher Michelle Carr designed this classroom on wheels to teach language and other skills to students who live in remote corners of the 1,300-square-mile district.

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