Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.comTeacher Alison Mainor works with students in her preschool class at St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic Preschool Tuesday morning. Administrators, students and parents celebrated the successful opening of the school with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception Tuesday. The new preschool, serving ages 1 to 3, opened August 10 and expands Catholic education in Columbus. The school has a student-to-teacher ratio of 8:1, offers an age-appropriate curriculum and has both half- and full-day classes. Go to www.ledger-enquirer.com for video from the event. 09/22/15
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.comTeacher Alison Mainor works with students in her preschool class at St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic Preschool Tuesday morning. Administrators, students and parents celebrated the successful opening of the school with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception Tuesday. The new preschool, serving ages 1 to 3, opened August 10 and expands Catholic education in Columbus. The school has a student-to-teacher ratio of 8:1, offers an age-appropriate curriculum and has both half- and full-day classes. Go to www.ledger-enquirer.com for video from the event. 09/22/15 Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.comTeacher Alison Mainor works with students in her preschool class at St. Anne-Pacelli Catholic Preschool Tuesday morning. Administrators, students and parents celebrated the successful opening of the school with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception Tuesday. The new preschool, serving ages 1 to 3, opened August 10 and expands Catholic education in Columbus. The school has a student-to-teacher ratio of 8:1, offers an age-appropriate curriculum and has both half- and full-day classes. Go to www.ledger-enquirer.com for video from the event. 09/22/15 Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com

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