Private school kindergartens in the U.S. are getting a new look as of 2017.
This is because of the K-12 kindergarten program that started in 2008.
Kindergarden schools, which are often run by churches, have a special school to accommodate special needs students, but they are also designed to be a learning environment for students who have disabilities.
As of now, there are about 20 private schools in the United States, including a school for students with autism, as well as an orphanage for those with special needs.
The schools are currently in Kathmandu, Nepal, but there are plans to expand them to other parts of the country.
The Katherine M. and Richard G. Keller foundation is donating $1 million to Kathy Keller Elementary School, a private school in Kendall, Michigan, that is now coming out with a special Keller Kitten.
There are two versions of the Kitten.
The black version, with a green and yellow kitty, will be sold to schoolchildren.
Students will be able to choose between two colors: red or blue.
This is a new style for Kindergarten and K-12, but it’s already been received positive reviews from parents and teachers.
According to the Keller Foundation, the program has saved more than 400 children from special education.
“The black Kitten has the ability to give students the emotional support they need to overcome difficulties,” said Keller Foundation CEO Kelley A. Keller.
“This is another example of the tremendous support that the Keller Family has given their children and their families.
We look forward to sharing more details about the program with you in the coming months.”
The Keller Family also donated $5 million to the National School Boards Association to help improve the K-4 kiddie school system in the United States.
Karen and Richard Keller, the Keller Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Keller Kellers have contributed $250,000 to the foundation since its inception.
The Foundation will open a new private school, Kenny Keller Elementary, on April 3, and the Keller School will be renamed The Keller School to honor Kellen.
All of the schools will be free and open to the public until June 1.
Read more about the Keller family: Koch and Kellogg Companies, Kellogg Company, Kellog Co., Kellogg Inc.