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By Tesia Galvan
Staff Writer 

World of Children: Worland High School students gain life experience

 

March 19, 2016

Tesia Galvan

Patrick Coronado, a preschooler in the World of Children program from Worland Preschool, makes U-shaped crafts with his assigned teachers (l-r) Ivy Vega and Kylie Reed. The World of Children program is the only one in Worland and it teaches children that there's more to the outside learning environment than school, Worland Preschool owner Heather Wagner said.

WORLAND – A partnership between Worland High School and Worland Preschool School allows high school students to become teachers three times a week.

The family and consumer sciences class, taught by Brenda Trippel, is a two-semester elective course that starts with high school students learning child development and guidance from pregnancy to age 6. The course's second semester is when the high school students become teachers and teach Worland Preschool students from the World of Children program.

Heather Wagner, owner of Worland Preschool, said during the end of the high schoolers first...



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