The city of Nashua will now offer full-day kindergarten at all of its elementary schools. That decision comes as lawmakers in Concord decide whether to support full-day kindergarten state-wide.
Nashua joins the roughly three quarters of school districts around the state that offer full-day kindergarten programs.
Districts who offer full-day programs, do so without support from the state.
But interim superintendent of Nashua Schools Connie Brown says with an overall decline in enrollment, they will be able to implement the program at no cost.