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From Interstate 80 take Highway 113 North. Exit at Hutchison Drive. Stay to the right, merging east onto Hutchison Drive. Move into the left lane. Proceed straight across Health Sciences Drive, passing green houses on the left, begin looking for a center turn lane. Proceed into center turn lane, turn left onto Extension Center Circle. Proceed west on Extension Center Circle, turn right at first entrance to the Lot C parking lot. Proceeding straight ahead toward the yellow building will take you into the drop off/pick up lane in front of Hutchison Child Development Center. Should you miss the left turn from Hutchison onto Extension Center Circle, continue thru the La Rue and Hutchison intersection. Make a U turn using the parking lot on the right. Proceed west on Hutchison, crossing La Rue, passing the REC Pool on the right. Turn right onto Extension Center Circle, turn right at first entrance to parking lot and proceed to yellow building at the rear of the parking lot.

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  • The National Association for the Education of Young Children The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is the nation's largest and most influential organization of early childhood educators and others dedicated to improving the quality of programs for children from birth through third grade.
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