Nearly 30 Women of the (239) members drove to Immokalee to learn about the positive impacts of early education. They were greeted by Pathways’ voluntary pre-kindergarten students as their tour guides.
After touring classrooms, playground and garden, the group then sat down for tea and cookies. By empowering them to give the tours and to personally engage with diverse groups, Pathways helps children gain valuable social skills that help them succeed throughout their scholastic careers.
Pathways’ goal is to provide the children of Immokalee a hands-on, language-rich learning environment with exceptional educational opportunities that prepare students for a lifetime of learning.
– Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee