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Andrew Coan, 4, gives early childhood screener Lori Welle a high-five after successfully completing a language and motor skills screening Tuesday afternoon at Early Childhood Family Education at the Beltrami County Community Service Center. Children between ages 3 and 4 are mandated by the state to have a screening to identify possible learning or health concerns so children who need help can get it before they start school. The free screenings are offered monthly. The screenings are also available for p...

A high-five after early childhood testing

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Andrew Coan, 4, gives early childhood screener Lori Welle a high-five after successfully completing a language and motor skills screening Tuesday afternoon at Early Childhood Family Education at the Beltrami County Community Service Center. Children between ages 3 and 4 are mandated by the state to have a screening to identify possible learning or health concerns so children who need help can get it before they start school. The free screenings are offered monthly. The screenings are also available for parents who are concerned about their child's development. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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