Montana Free Press: Changes to four-day school week prompt childcare, hunger concerns

As a result of four-day school weeks, Rhonda Schwenke, program director at Zero to Five, said she’s seen more schools across the state establish their own state-accredited childcare centers based on their campuses.

“It’s adding one full day for children of all ages that something has to be figured out for them in a community where there’s already a lack of childcare,” Schwenke said.

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