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Small World at Convoy of Hope

Saturday’s Convoy of Hope at the Baxter County Fairgrounds went off with a bang.  The event was to start off at  10 a.m. and lasting to around 3 p.m. Due to the overwhelming number of families that turned out and were waiting in line to enter, the gates were opened about an hour and a half earlier than scheduled.  
   Over 600 area volunteers were scheduled to take part in the Convoy of Hope of the Ozarks provided free groceries, food, haircuts and school supplies along with a health fair, kid’s zone and entertainment.
    We were on hand giving out our famous color changing pencils (Mrs. Tammy’s favorite), key rings, candy, information and applications for our ABC programs and our school age care.  Mrs. Nickie said that this event was previously held in year past in the old Wal-Mart parking lot and there weren’t nearly as many services provide or families in need of help.

It was great to see some old faces of previous students,  some now coming up and inquiring about our programs for their own children.


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Dear Parents and Students of Small World Pre-School.

Welcome to our new little corner of the Internet. We are just getting started with our blog where we can let you know what is going on at Small World, and you can keep in touch with your child’s adventures.

Our aim is for this site to be a better way to communicate with you our extended family, to let you know the little things like our menus, what your child might be studying in class and school dates plus the bigger things like field trips, events and snow days.

But we think the thing you might enjoy most is our ability to share pictures, from class, around the school and field trips, giving you a chance to share a little more in your child’s life, between the time you drop them off and pick them up.

So bear with us through the growing pains, we might be the experts in educating young minds, but this blog thingy is something new and there is sure to be a hiccup or two. There should be a lot of fun for all all along the way

Nickie Hammontree, Director

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