On September 25, United Way of Dane County’s President & CEO Leslie Ann Howard announced they will partner with Dane County to launch a new pilot birth to four-year-old kindergarten program to help more children and families succeed in Madison’s Leopold Elementary School neighborhood. 

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Published by the Wisconsin State Journal on 8/26/2012

A new collaboration between Dane County and the United Way seeks to provide continuous support for low-income families with children from birth to 4-year-old kindergarten. County Executive Joe Parisi and United Way of Dane County President Leslie Ann Howard announced Tuesday a $150,000 program that would serve 27 families in the Leopold Elementary attendance area starting in January.

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Aired on WISC-TV Channel 3 on 8/25/2012

Dane County said it will partner with United Way of Dane County to launch a new pilot birth to 4-years-old kindergarten program to help more children and
families succeed in Madison’s Leopold Elementary School neighborhood. This newly created Leopold Early Childhood Zone will be included in the county executive’s 2013 budget, to be introduced on Oct. 1.

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Aired on WKOW Channel 27 on 8/25/2012

Dane County is setting up a new program designed to help young children start down the right educational path.   The county is partnering with United Way of Dane County to launch the Leopold Early Childhood Zone.

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Aired on FOX 47 on 8/25/2012

Dane County said it will partner with United Way of Dane County to launch a new pilot birth to 4-years-old kindergarten program to help more children and families succeed in Madison’s Leopold Elementary School neighborhood.

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