Resource: Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC)
Website: Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC)
Description: SEEC has three specially designed facilities. The original Center, located in the National Museum of American History, opened in 1988 and serves fifty pre-kindergarten children, ages three to five. In 1991, the Center for infants and toddlers opened in the Arts and Industries Building and serves thirty children, ages three months through two years. The third facility, located in the National Museum of Natural History, is the site of the SEEC kindergarten and also offers additional classes for toddlers and two-year-olds.

Comments: Contributed by: Parent on 4/4/2008
The SEEC is an amazing and one of a kind program. How many other schools have a real T-Rex dinosaur fossil in the building?

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