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WCTE's Ready to Learn initiative addresses school readiness in the Upper Cumberland
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On this week’s WCTE Get Ready To Learn radio show, join Cindy Putman and her special guests Shannon Reese, Executive Coordinator at Keep Putnam County Beautiful Clean Commission, Reese’ son Yoel who is an elementary school student, and Lisa Luck of the Putnam County Solid Waste and Recycling. Listen to find out all the ways citizens of our community can work to keep it beautiful.Read More
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What happens when you share WCTE's Get Ready To Learn radio show with four Putnam County Schools System LEAPs Campers? Lots of laughter, fun, giggles, and plenty of great stories too! On this week's radio show, join host Cynthia Putman with special guests Gaspar, Katelyn, Gianna, and Bobby as they share more about the great adventures from weeks 1 & 2 of LEAPs camp!Read More
Join us on this edition of WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn with host Cynthia Putman and guest Kathlyn Walter, School Nutrition Supervisor for Putnam County Schools, as they share information about what it’s like to raise a multilingual child. Kathlyn and her husband, who is originally from China, want to teach their daughter both English and Chinese.Read More