United Tribes NewsFirst GED Awarded to FACE Student
By Annette Muñoz-Beyer, FACE Adult Educator
1 March 2011
BISMARCK (UTN) - Trevin Iron Road was the first recipient from the TJES FACE program to earn his North Dakota GED High School Diploma.
The FACE program is a family literacy program located on the United Tribes campus. Family members enroll with children, ages prenatal to seven.
Trevin was enrolled with his niece Anahla Knife, under the Home Base program. Trevin and Anahla were served by parent educator Bernadette Dauenhauer.
The Home Base program is served by two parent educators who offer home visits for parents of prenatal through three-year-olds.
The Center Base portion of the program is located at Building 36 on campus and offers a preschool for children ages 3 – 5 and an Adult Education program for adults wanting to work towards their GED, work on job skills training, or to receive support as they pursue their college degrees.
For more information about these services, please contact me, Annette Muñoz-Beyer, Adult Educator, FACE, 701-255-3285 x 1541.
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