United Tribes NewsMake contact with the FACE Program
30 May 2012
FAMILY AND CHILD EDUCATION
A literacy program; Making a difference for American Indian families
It’s been a busy year for the TJES/FACE Program. We welcomed two new team members: Chelsea Eagle, Parent Educator and Kara L. Four Bear, ECE Teacher. Other highly-qualified team members are: F. Sam Azure, Coordinator; Annette Munoz-Beyer, Co-Coordinator; Shiela Netterville, ECE Co-Teacher; and Cyndee McLeod, Parent Educator.
We look forward to beginning another successful school year in August and are currently accepting applications. If you or a family member feels they might benefit from the services we offer, please make contact over the summer: Kara L. Four Bear 701-202-9842, email@example.com or Cyndee McLeod 701-226-8077 firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the fall, please contact: 701-255-3285 Adult Education, Annette Munoz-Beyer x 1541; Early Childhood Education, Kara L. Four Bear x 1546; Early Childhood Education, Shiela Netterville x 1543; Home-Based EC, Cyndee McLeod x 1542; Home-Based EC, Chelsea Eagle x 1544.
– Kara L. Four Bear, ECE Teacher
FACE Program – What We DO!
- Adult basic education preparation for GED completion
- Tutoring for college classes
- Work readiness and parenting skills
- Kindergarten readiness education for children ages 3-5 in a culturally and literacy rich environment
- Early Childhood Intervention Services
- Home-Based Services for families with children from prenatal to age 3
Our emphasis is on school readiness through culturally responsive education, resources and support for American Indian families with children prenatal through grade three.
Enrolled children and families enjoy many other benefits in addition to the services that we provide:
- Children’s Books
- Monthly Gatherings – FACE Family Circle
- Door Prizes and other Incentives
- Family Learning Experiences – Field Trips
- Additional Community Resources
United Tribes News
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