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May 16, 2013

Child Find

SOUTH HAMPTON — South Hampton School District is offering Child Find screenings. The Child Find screening process is an attempt to find persons who may be educationally disabled. Parents/guardians of children in infancy through age 21, living in the town of South Hampton, who suspect their child may not be developing skills at an age appropriate are eligible.

A brochure listing developmental benchmarks through age 5 may be picked up at Barnard School, the Town Hall, or the Library.

To schedule a free screening, call Stephanie Robinson at 394-7744.

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