Governor Jared Polis (D) visited Westminster's Cotton Creek Elementary Aug. 14 to mark the beginning of school and the start of the schools full-day kindergarten program.
Polis toured the school …
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Polis toured the school and then stopped in teacher Amy Pollack's kindergarten classroom to read the book "All are Welcome" to her students. Pollack's classroom was one of two half-day kindergartens in the 2018-19 season at the school that moved to full-day programs going forward, part of the governor and State Legislators' push last year.
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