KILGORE — Jagger Ward rumbled up a few steps to a perch where he could see the fun happening below. It was as if the 4-year-old had found a pretend tree house inside the Kilgore College Early Childhood Center.
“No,” he corrected. “This is not a tree house. This is a loft. We even have a table; we have a chair. And then the pillow, to lay on. And there’s books — they’re for reading.”
Jagger did appear equipped for comfort and success, there in his elevated corner of the 1956 home on Brook Street where more than 800 pre-schoolers such as him have played and learned words such as “loft” during the past quarter century.
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