Bristol Begins “Pre-K” Education, Mulling Over Pre-Pre-K, Considering Having Obstetricians Yell Phonics Up There Between Contractions

Bristol resident Christina Bradbury will be the first teacher of Bristol Consolidated School’s pre-kindergarten program. Bradbury is a BCS alumnus and a mother of two BCS students – a son in fourth grade and a daughter in second grade. She currently works as an educational technician in the kindergarten classroom. Bradbury graduated from Lincoln Academy and, in 1996, from the University of Maine at Farmington, where she received a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. (read more at LincolnCountyNews)

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