FSSA Announces Early Education Grants

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The Indiana Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning has awarded early education grants that total more than $870,000. The recipients of the funding span 19 prekindergarten programs in 13 Indiana counties.

Each recipient represents counties where its residents are eligible Indiana’s state-funded prekindergarten program for low-income children, On My Way, for the first time in the 2019/2020 school year.

The following applicants were awarded funds:

  • Brown County Schools, $90,349.95
  • Camden Early Childhood Center, $33,250.00
  • Clay Academy LLC, $22,710.59
  • East Washington School Corp.,  $73,106.20
  • Lakeland School Corp., $136,760.00
  • Max's Playhouse, $54,646.38
  • Mt. Vernon Early Learning Academy - Mini-Marauder Preschool, $17,416.70
  • North White Elementary School, $177,214.04
  • PACE Early Learning Coalition, $69,256.00
  • Perry Child Care, $23,486.64
  • Pine Ridge Elementary School, $5,838.46
  • Shelbyville Central Schools, $144,811.32
  • The Growing Patch Learning Center, $20,502.03
  • Tik Tock Daycare, $6,877.50
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