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Center Grove parents won’t be sending their students to a single center focused entirely on kindergartners for now.

About a year ago, Center Grove began considering opening a center for all of its kindergartners and the school district’s preschool program for special needs students.

Kindergartners often need several weeks to get used to the routines of a school day, and Superintendent Richard Arkanoff wanted to investigate whether those students would benefit from attending a building devoted to them. The new center also would open up space at Center Grove elementary schools, which are starting to fill up.

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