Maribeth Sheridan and Debbi Stern's three-day three-year-old students at St. Andrew's Nursery School and Kindergarten in New Providence recently enjoyed spending time with students from Governor Livingston High School. Pictured from left are Annie Conover, Grace Ritter, Alexa Pantina (a freshman at Governor Livingston) and Owen Silver. The Governor Livingston students were all members of Martha Finch's Strategies for Living class. St. Andrew's Nursery School and Kindergarten is currently accepting applications for students from the ages of 2 1/2 to 6 for the 2011-2012 school year. For additional information, call (908)464-4878 or visit on the web at www.standrews-school.org.
Three-Year-Old Students from St. Andrew's Nursery School and Kindergarten Spend Time with Governor Livingston Students
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