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The Cobb School, Montessori wins Hulafrog’s 2013 Preschool of the Year

Debbie Szczepanski, founding publisher of Hulafrog Farmington Valley/New Britain, presents Head of School Mary Lou Cobb a framed certificate, naming The Cobb School, Montessori as Hulafrog’s 2013 Preschool of the Year.
Debbie Szczepanski, founding publisher of Hulafrog Farmington Valley/New Britain, presents Head of School Mary Lou Cobb a framed certificate, naming The Cobb School, Montessori as Hulafrog’s 2013 Preschool of the Year.

The Cobb School, Montessori in Simsbury is the proud recipient of Hulafrog of the Farmington Valley/New Britain’s 2013 Preschool of the Year.  

Hulafrog is a website designed for parents of young children, full of local kid-friendly events, classes and camps, as well information regarding parent organizations, places for children’s birthday parties and more.  Debbie Szczepanski, founding publisher of Hulafrog Farmington Valley/New Britain, presented Head of School Mary Lou Cobb a framed certificate naming the school as Hulafrog’s “Parent’s Pick,” along with a $500 advertisement campaign, and complementary party thrown by The Little Green Tambourine.

The Cobb School’s Young Children’s Community for toddlers ages 15 months to 3 years and Primary Program for children 3 to 6 years earned this honor for the school, which educates children through the 6th grade.    Parents who cast their votes for The Cobb School recognize the value of a Montessori foundation and the importance the early years.

First runner up for the contest was Avon Nursery School, followed by The Children’s Clubhouse, The Churchery Nursery School, and Valley Christian Preschool.  The Cobb School congratulates their fellow winners and all the local preschools that help make the Farmington Valley/New Britain a center of early childhood education.

To learn more about Hulafrog Farmington Valley/New Britain, visit farmingtonvalley.hulafrog.com.  To learn more about The Cobb School, Montessori, visit cobbschool.com

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