Lancaster’s classes of 2036 and 2037 begin the long path to graduation

Members of the community joined county and school officials Wednesday, August 17, to celebrate the opening of the Lancaster Early Childhood Education Center. From left are (front row) Jason Bellows, Bill Warren, Ernest Palin, Joan Gravatt, Cindy Clarke, Jessica Davis, Liz Allen and Leslie Franklin; (next row) Don Gill, Bill Lee, Craig Giese, Faith Kemp, Vera Lee and Stanley Lankford; (next row) Anna Kellum, David Jones, Travis Pittman, Sarah Bridges, John Mann and Tiffany Walston.

by Jackie Nunnery

KILMARNOCK—Following an official ribbon cutting on Wednesday, August 17, the Lancaster Early Childhood Education Center at 235 School Street in Kilmarnock, opened its doors to over 80 pre-K students, ages 3 and 4, on Monday, August 22, the first day of the 2022-2023 school year.

The new center also has a new director, although she will be familiar to many in the area. Tiffany Walston, a 2009 Lancaster High School graduate, returned to Lancaster after spending the previous year as assistant principal at King and Queen Elementary School….

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