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C.S. Lewis Academy plans Kindergarten Preview

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C.S. Lewis Academy in Santaquin will be holding its annual Kindergarten Preview on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 10 a.m. to noon. The event will feature a short tour of the school as well as mini kindergarten classes in language arts, math, Spanish and music.

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These classes will help future kindergarteners experience what kindergarten is all about. Each kindergartner attending will receive a free backpack filled with activities to help them prepare for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.

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There will also be a free lunch provided for all attendees to showcase the wonderful food services available at C.S. Lewis Academy. Other elementary school-aged students are welcome to come as well. There will be staff and faculty available to answer any questions about the school’s kindergarten through sixth grade programs.

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C.S. Lewis Academy is a charter school located at 364 N. State Road 198 in Santaquin. For more information about the Kindergarten Preview, call the academy at 801-754-3376.

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