WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Williamstown Public School will be holding its annual screening for Williamstown preschoolers on March 14 and 15 at Saints Patrick and Raphael Parish Center, 54 Southworth St. There is no charge for this screening.
This screening experience can be beneficial in providing greater understanding of a child’s early development. The purpose of this screening is to give parents information about their child’s development in the following specific areas:
* Speech and Language
* Verbal Reasoning
* Fine Motor
* Gross Motor
* Hearing and Vision
The evaluators of this educational screening opportunity are Fern Murtagh and Sherry Monte, both Department of Education certified early childhood educators; Karen Tynan, Registered Nurse; Pam Caproni, Speech and Language Pathologist; and Carol Smiel SLPA.
The Pre-Kindergarten staff at Williamstown Elementary Schools recommends that all parents of 2-and-a-half, 3, and 4 year olds, who are residents of Williamstown may take advantage of this screening opportunity. The free screening is open to all Williamstown children who turn 3 or 4 by Aug. 31.
Call Bernadette Archibald at 458-3798 ext. 304 to make an appointment.
Keep an eye on future editions for more infformation on the screenings.