Amity Participates in United Way Education Initiative

Taylor Park “Pop Up School” held at the King Community Center

Ashley Harms, Amity Learning Center, accepts 2018 fall grant award for a website upgrade.

Ashley explains, “Currently our website is out of date, and our current software does not offer us anyone to assist with web design or updating. Our goal is to completely revamp our website, make it mobile friendly, include an area for donations, as well as an area for parents to add their child directly to our waiting list, schedule a tour or begin filling out paperwork. Included in the web design will be important keywords such as early childhood education to boost our google ranking for searching. Our new website will also be designed to securely protect information.”

Congratulations!

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