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Baseball assists at “Little Tigers” graduation
Courtesy: Jackson State Athletics Media  
Release: 05/24/2013
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JACKSON – The Little Tigers group from the Lottie Thornton Early Childhood Center graduated Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Jackson State College of Education Building.

During the ceremony members of the 2013 Tigers baseball team passed out the graduation certificates to the “Little Tigers”. The ceremony is part of the Early Childhood Center’s process as the children transition from kindergarten.

More information about the Lottie Thornton Early Childhood Center

While providing an engaging educational setting for young children, the Lottie W. Thornton Early Childhood Center is a research and teaching laboratory for University faculty, staff and students. Licensed by the Mississippi Department of Health and Human Services, the Center operates a full-year, full day program with a primary focus on early literacy.  The Center serves children from the age of two through the age of five years old.  The Center operates under the auspice of the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education within the College of Education and Human Development.

The Mission of the Lottie W. Thornton Early Childhood Center in the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education is to provide students, researchers, and practitioners opportunities to observe and work with young children, while serving as a model urban literacy-based early education program for young children.

Contact:  Dr. Alice McGowan  601-979-2400


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