St. Joseph to add kindergarten class in fall

May 2008
Catholic East Texas;5/2/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 13, p2
The article reports on the plan of Saint Joseph School Early Learning Center in Marshall, Texas to add a kindergarten in fall 2008. About 40 students are enrolled in the center several months after its establishment and it also has a growing waiting list. School administrator and Blessed Sacrament priest Denzil Vithanage noted that the degree of interest in the institution prompted the decision to add the kindergarten. Vithanage stressed that Catholic education is inexpensive and requires a substantial community commitment.


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