PRESCHOOL: Lourdes Romo, the executive director and head teacher at Papermill Creek Children's Corner, tends to her growing brood on Tuesday. The school's enrollment grew 50 percent over the last year, thanks to support from nonprofits for scholarships and outreach.    David Briggs
Enrollment in Point Reyes Station’s preschool, Papermill Creek Children’s Corner, has jumped 50 percent over the past year due to a boost in funding that has allowed subsidies for low-income families. The school’s enrollment stands at 28 students, over half of whom are Latino, according to the

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