Hickman Mills cuts the ribbon for Ervin Early Learning Center

Designed for all pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students, Ervin Early Learning Center works to prepare students for elementary school. Kindergarten students have transferred from sister schools in the districts or are previous Ervin Early Learning Center pre-kindergartners. 

This is a major initiative of the Hickman Mills School District which is receiving extensive attention including a Kansas City Star editorial.

Download an infographic of Hickman Mills early childhood initiative.

LINC Site Coordinator Jimmarie Revels and more than two dozen LINC staff members are prepared to support student academic growth throughout the year with fun and educational activities.

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Ervin students in the LINC program will learn and have fun in fitness classes, music classes, introduction to music, introduction to chess, and more. 

Ervin Early Learning Center is located at 10530 Greenwood Rd. LINC Caring Communities also supports the newly opened Freda Markley Early Childhood Center in Hickman Mills with educational opportunities for preschoolers. 

LINC Caring Communities supports 87 schools throughout the Kansas City, Missouri area. View LINC in Hickman Mills School District

Photos of the Ribbon Cutting

Dr. Dennis Carpenter, Superintendent of the Hickman Mills School District in Kansas City, Mo., give his report on early learning initiatives at the Feb. 23, 2015 LINC Commission Meeting.

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