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Pathways students reach for the… Art!

by The 100 Companies

Through the support of generous benefactors like the West Bay Community Charitable Foundation, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee has been able to open new worlds for its VPK students this summer.

Children were taken to a variety of summer enrichment programs, including a visit to The Baker Museum at Artis – Naples. They learned about different types of art and had the chance to make their own masterpieces. 

Pathways’ goal is to provide the children of Immokalee with a hands-on, language-rich learning environment with exceptional education opportunities. The center’s students are engaged in a developmentally appropriate, nationally recognized curriculum and assessments. 

Cyndee Woolley, APR, C2 Communications 

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