Cassandra Jackson, a preschool specialist, plays with a child at the new preschool at Tacoma Rescue Mission's Adams Street Family Shelter Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. A small, $1,500 grant through South Sound Together/Tacoma Children's Museum has made it possible for the Adams Street Shelter to open a preschool serving the children of people experiencing homelessness. Jackson said they are teaching the children how to trust their environment and others.
Cassandra Jackson, a preschool specialist, plays with a child at the new preschool at Tacoma Rescue Mission's Adams Street Family Shelter Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. A small, $1,500 grant through South Sound Together/Tacoma Children's Museum has made it possible for the Adams Street Shelter to open a preschool serving the children of people experiencing homelessness. Jackson said they are teaching the children how to trust their environment and others. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Cassandra Jackson, a preschool specialist, plays with a child at the new preschool at Tacoma Rescue Mission's Adams Street Family Shelter Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. A small, $1,500 grant through South Sound Together/Tacoma Children's Museum has made it possible for the Adams Street Shelter to open a preschool serving the children of people experiencing homelessness. Jackson said they are teaching the children how to trust their environment and others. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

How $1,500 is changing the lives of children at the Tacoma Rescue Mission

December 25, 2017 05:00 AM