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BYU Child and Family Studies Laboratory now accepting applications

For summer and fall 2006-winter 2007 school programs

The Brigham Young University Child and Family Studies Laboratory is now accepting applications for its summer and fall 2006-winter 2007 school programs.

The summer session includes preschool, pre-kindergarten and post-kindergarten sections. Children turning 4 years old by Sept. 1 are eligible for the preschool program. Children entering kindergarten in September are eligible for the pre-kindergarten program. Children entering first grade in September are eligible for the post-kindergarten program.

The summer school session begins June 26 and concludes Aug. 10. Tuition for the summer session is $225 for the seven-week program.

The fall 2006-winter 2007 session includes the preschool and kindergarten programs. Any child who turns 4 years old by Sept. 1 is eligible for the preschool program, and any child who turns 5 years old by Sept. 1 is eligible for the kindergarten program.

The program for preschool begins Sept. 11 and ends April 17, 2007. Tuition is $1,000 for the eight-month program. No late applications will be accepted.

The kindergarten program starts Aug. 21 and ends May 25, 2007. Tuition is $1,550 for the school year.

Applications for all programs and sessions will be accepted until April 1 and are available in 1100 Joseph F. Smith Building or by calling (801) 422-3219. Notification of acceptance will be mailed by April 15.

For more information, contact Anne Ure at (801) 422-3626.

Writer: Brian Rust

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