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Norris Preschool
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
  • The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
    The Growing Independence of Preschoolers
Class Info
The Preschool Team
Jennifer Goodridge, M.Ed.
Room 31 Preschool Teacher
jgoodridge@hr-k12.org

Amanda Lapointe, M.Ed.
Room 32 Preschool Teacher
alapointe@hr-k12.org

Stephanie Dimetres, MCD, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist
sdimetres@hr-k12.org

Amy Bzdel
Preschool Paraprofessional

Casey Ostrowski
Preschool Paraprofessional

Caitlin O'Hare
Preschool Paraprofessional

Lori Labrie
Preschool Paraprofessional

Susan Adams
Preschool Paraprofessioanl
Quote
"It's not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings."
~Ann Landers
The Norris Preschool Program
The town of Southampton offers a public Inclusion Preschool to meet the mandate for educating preschool children with special needs. The program is open to families who have three and four year old children and five year olds whose birthdays come after September 1st. The morning and afternoon program can accommodate up to seven children with special needs and eight others from the community. By integrating children in this way, each population benefits and enriches the other. Carefully designed activities provide excellent social experiences, increased self-confidence, a base for understanding people with special needs, a foundation of preschool skills and joyful play that is so central to the early childhood stage of development.