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Preschool Flash Mob

Preschool students from the Martin Luther King Montessori join with those at the Simpson Academy on South Calhoun in Fort Wayne on Thursday to participate in a preschool flash mob that is part of a statewide event intended to raise awareness for the importance of early childhood education. Journal Gazette video by Chad Ryan.

Preschool flash mob

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Four-year old Paris Smith, left, and Sophia Song, 4, follow along with a presentation on a video screen as they dance in a preschool flash mob on Thursday at the Simpson Academy on South Calhoun. Preschool students from the Martin Luther King Montessori joined with those at the Simpson Academy to participate in the statewide event intended to raise awareness for the importance of early childhood education.

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