Pine Cobble School, the Williamstown co-educational day school that draws from the northern Berkshires, southern Vermont and eastern New York, is expanding its early childhood offerings.

According to the Berkshire Eagle, the school, located at 163 Gale Road in Williamstown, announced this week that it will open a second pre-kindergarten classroom for the 2018-19 school year, in order to meet community demand.

The school's waitlist this year was about five children, according to Nicole Goswami, the school's director of admissions and marketing.

She also said that the school offers financial aid for those who qualify.

Pine Cobble School was founded in 1937 by Edgar and Doris Flinton, two local public school teachers. Its mission is "to cultivate in each student a lifelong passion for learning, a strong sense of self-worth, and respect for others throughout the community."

If you’re are interested in learning more about the school inquire online at pinecobble.org, or contact Goswami at 413-458-4680, ext. 16.