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BYU Child and Family Studies Laboratory now accepting applications

The Brigham Young University Child and Family Studies Laboratory is now accepting applications for a number of programs for the 2004-2005 school year.

Applications for the preschool, prekindergarten and post-kindergarten sections of the summer 2004 school program are still available. The session begins June 24, 2004, and concludes Aug. 5, 2004. Summer school tuition is $250.

Children are eligible for the preschool program if they will be 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2004. Children who will be entering kindergarten in September 2004 are eligible for the prekindergarten program and children entering first grade in September 2004 are eligible for the post-kindergarten program.

Applications are also available for the Fall 2004 and Winter 2005 kindergarten program. The 10-month program begins Aug. 19, 2004, and ends May 27, 2005. Tuition for the school year is $1,500. Children are eligible for the program if they are 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2004.

Applications for the programs are available in B77 room M128 located on Canyon Road across from Helaman Halls in Provo, or by calling (801) 422-3219.

For more information, contact Anne Ure at (801) 378-3626.

Writer: Thomas Grover

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