Preschool worker honoured for early childhood education

Charlene Gray of Tigger Too Preschool has been recognized by the Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education.

MP JOHN DUNCAN presents Charlene Gray of Tigger Too Preschool a certificate of achievement. At left is Kim Reid.

Charlene Gray of Tigger Too Preschool has been recognized by the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education.

Vancouver Island North MP John Duncan presented Gray with a certificate of achievement Friday at the Comox preschool.

The certificate is worth $1,000. The preschool also received a certificate recognizing its support and contribution to Gray’s achievement.

“To be recognized by the federal government by way of this award only validates the importance of the work Charlene does as an early childhood educator,” said Kim Reid of the Comox Valley Children’s Day Care Society.

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