Picasso Preschool is set to keep its doors open after

the Granada Community Services District and business owner Candise D’Acquisto agreed to a two-year lease. The contract comes after the district purchased the building currently housing the preschool with the intent to eventually convert it into a community space.

Enrollment for the transitional kindergarten and two preschool programs housed at the El Granada location is currently open, with the new school year set to begin Sept. 7.

Sarah Wright is the deputy editor for the Review. She reports on unincorporated San Mateo County and local schools. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and has worked in policy and communications in Washington, D.C.

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