Dozens of families came to Oak Meadows Elementary School Thursday to see the new Prekindergarten Center their children will be attending in the spring semester.
The center is a freestanding building that was built specifically to host Pre-K students and classes. Many of the accommodations, such as the furniture, are lower to the ground.
The facility will feature a mix of Spanish-speaking and English-speaking classrooms, and the Pre-K teachers will have the most up-to-date early education curriculum available.
While plans are still underway, the center is the first of a planned three Pre-K centers in the district. The location and timeline of the other two centers is yet to be decided.