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Local Maryland Franchise Offering Online Education

Celebree School is providing free resources to help students and their families in Maryland during the COVID-19 crisis.

Schools may be closed, but education must go on. 

To keep kids learning while schools are closed, Baltimore parents are now having to fill in as teachers in addition to adapting to their own work from home schedules. With so many young children losing access to their preschool education, Celebree School is offering parents with young children free access to online resources they can use to ensure their children are advancing in preparation for kindergarten.

“Our biggest fear is what are these children doing during the course of the day? Our job here at preschool is to make sure these children are advancing and getting ready to enter kindergarten,” said Celebree’s founder and CEO Richard Huffman in a recent interview with WJZ.

As stay home orders and mandatory lockdowns continue, Celebree School is committed to continuing help children in Baltimore finish the school year strong. 

Click here to read the full article from WJZ.

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