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Woodland preschool students celebrate graduation

The Columbian
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WOODLAND: Patty Morgan, center, Columbia Elementary School who manages Woodland Public Schools' preschool program for special needs students, with her support staff at the outdoor ceremony.
WOODLAND: Patty Morgan, center, Columbia Elementary School who manages Woodland Public Schools' preschool program for special needs students, with her support staff at the outdoor ceremony. Photo Gallery

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools recently held an outdoor ceremony for special education program preschool students who graduated after a year of remote learning and will move on to kindergarten.

The students posed for photos with teachers, enjoyed refreshments, and received bags that were filled with activity books, stickers and snacks, all donated by parents of the students.

“I just asked parents if they could help donate, and everyone stepped up in a huge way,” Patricia “Patty” Morgan, a special education teacher at Columbia Elementary School who manages Woodland Public Schools’ preschool program for special-needs students, said in a news release. “Throughout the year, the parents were a huge and wonderful support jumping in to see what we do in class from their own homes with our teachers modeling lessons and guiding families through becoming hands-on teaching partners.”

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