It was an exciting week as Congresswoman Madeleine Dean paid a visit to the MCIU Early Learning Academy and met with MCIU leaders. Additionally, Dr. Frank Gallagher from Souderton, Mr. Christopher Dormer from Norristown, and Megan Zweiback, the Pupil Services Director in Souderton, were among the attendees, making it quite the gathering of minds passionate about education.

The day kicked off with a tour of the Early Intervention, Head Start, and Pre-K Counts classrooms. It was a proud moment for MCIU staff as they showed Congresswoman Dean all of the amazing work we are doing in the various programs and services offered at ELA.

One of the highlights of the visit was when Congresswoman Dean joined in on a dance lesson with one of the intensive emotional support students. It was heartwarming to see her dive right in and connect with the students on such a personal level.

After the tour, Congresswoman Dean sat down with the IU leadership team and discussed everything from increasing enrollment and the benefits of early education to tackling budget concerns and providing support for both employees and families.

They also talked about plans to expand services in Montgomery County and address pressing issues like homelessness and addiction. It was refreshing to see such important topics being addressed head-on.

Overall, Congresswoman Madeleine Dean’s visit was a reminder of the power of collaboration and advocacy in the world of education. It left everyone feeling inspired and motivated to continue making a positive impact on the lives of students and communities.

Keep an eye out for more updates on the incredible work happening at the MCIU Early Learning Academy!

Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean with school leaders
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