First Light Seeks to Reach Sheridan's Middle Class

First Light Seeks to Reach Sheridan's Middle Class

First Light Children's Center is more than just a daycare.

Sheridan's premiere early-childhood education institute features exceptionally qualified staff, a progressive curriculum, healthy snacks, and a state-of-the art facility. Naturally, these assets are reflected in the cost of sending a child there. Dr. Ann Perkins, director of First Light, said families who receive Department of Family Services Aid or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families can use those funds to help with tuition. Perkins said one more critical step will be to reach out to middle class families.

Perkins said the main avenues for middle-class scholarships will be private foundations, churches, donations and federal sources. Enrollment is open for upcoming semesters to children as young as six weeks and as old as 10 years. Full and part-time slots are available. To learn more about First Light or low-income financing options,
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