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Text @ssisd to 903.686.1826 For additional information on how to volunteer or take part in school activities, contact Rita V. Taylor, Parent, Family, & Community Specialist @ 903.439.6170, ext. 6114

For Head Start Updates…

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Head Start Most Valuable Parents“We’re All in this Together”

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The Head Start SymbolThe Head Start Symbol tells a story. The two squares represent early childhood by suggesting building blocks. The vertical stripes represent the child and the parent. The arrow represents the direction toward upward family success. The arrangement of the blocks represents stairs by which this can be accomplished. The colors red, white, and blue represent the United States and the many opportunities it provides for its citizens.

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Why are We Here?

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We’re All in this Together

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Head Start Manual

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Tammy Ethridge2014-15 SSISD

Head Start

Top Volunteer

130 Hours

Volunteers Make a Difference

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Total Volunteer Hours531All parents must have a background check before volunteering

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Ways a Volunteer Can HelpParticipate in Policy Council, Advisory, Self-Assessment TeamsRead aloud to childrenAssist children at learning centersOperate office equipmentInstruct a small group of children under supervision of a teacherPut up bulletin boards and other displaysAssist with special events, programs or assembliesUtilize special skill or talents for classAssemble take home activities for PACT

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The Watch D.O.G.S. program is the father involvement initiative of the National Center for Fathering that organizes fathers and father figures in order to provide positive male role modes for the students and to enhance school security.

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P.A.C.T.PACT contains information about upcoming events, resources, and fun activities designed especially for you and your child. Spending quality time together will enhance your child’s educational growth and development.PACT will be sent home once a month! DIRECTIONS: Review ALL ItemsSet Aside Time to Share Learning Activity with your Child Complete and Return Specified Documents Mission: Enjoy learning together with your child!Parent and Child Together

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Policy Council makes decisions about very important issues facing the program

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Parent Committee Meetings are offered throughout the year in order to meet specific needs of Head Start families and childrenParent Committee

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Parent Interest SurveysEducationSelf-Sufficiency □ College (32)□ GED (12)□ ESL (1) □ Financial Aid (17)□ Computer Training (7)

□ Family Literacy (6)

□ Other:_____________________________________

 

□ Resume (5)

□ Employment (17)

□ Interview Tips (6)

□ Budgeting & Money Management (17)

□ Child Support Assistance (14)

□ Community Resources (8)

□ Other:_____________________________________

Family Wellness

Mental Wellness

 

□ Dental (30)

□ Health Insurance for Child (9)

□ Nutrition – Healthy Eating/Living (43)

□ Obesity/Underweight (19)

□ Other:____Exercising_________________________________

 

□ Effective Discipline Parenting Tips (30)

□ Family Counseling (15)

□ Marital/Pre-Marital Counseling (3)

□ Domestic Violence & Child Abuse Prevention (1)

□ Single Parenting (19)

□ Other:_____________________________________

Male Involvement

Volunteering

 

□ Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) (11)

□ FRED (Fathers Reading Every Day) (7)

□ A Few Good Men Fathers Support Group (8)

□ Other:_____________________________________

 

□ Policy Council (8)

□ Parent Committee Officer/Meetings (14)

□ Monthly PACT (Parent & Child Together) Folders (29)

□ Other:_____________________________________

Special Interest

Family Talents (Show & Tell)□ Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group (12)□ ESL S.P.E.E.K (Speaking Practical English Everyday is Knowledge) (8)□ Teen/Youth Parenting Group (5)□ Raising Children from Diverse & Multi-Cultural Backgrounds (12)□ Children with Disabilities Resources (5)□ Other:_____________________________________  Is there an activity that you would like to share with Head Start students? (i.e. singing, cooking, playing an instrument). If interested, please list below:Activity:  Is there any specific topic that you would like any information about? If so, please list below: Diabetes, ADHD, Autism, Bullying Best Day to Attend Meetings/Trainings(Please Circle One) Any (13)Monday(12) Tuesday(16) Wednesday(16) Thursday(16) Friday(10)Best Time to Attend Meetings/Trainings(Please Circle One) Any (5)Morning (32) Noon (17) Evening (30) Please consider working parents

Information Obtained from Surveys Used to Plan Parent Meetings

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Upcoming EventsGrandparents Raising Grandchildren MeetingsParent Committee Officer’s TrainingWatch D.O.G.S. Breakfast/TrainingSchool Readiness ActivitiesCareer Day (College, GED, ESL, Resume, Employment)Walk & Talk 8-week Nutritional/Health ProgramParent/Health FairFinancial/Family Literacy (1 K Before K, Very Ready Reading Program, Computer Training)Family Wellness/Conscious DisciplineMake and Take Family FunLatino NightActivities for Male Involvement (Science Night)

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Congratulations to the following parents and students who are participating in the 1 K before K program and have read and recorded over 100 book totals: Aaliyah Vasquez – 410 BooksJason Jones – 400 BooksMorgan Williams – 225 BooksCleveland Middleton – 225 BooksMadison Beck – 160 BooksAmaya Mills – 150 BooksJacob Kramer – 143 BooksChyna Golden-Mass – 103 BooksArilyn Doss – 102 BooksJimena Camacho – 100 Books 

1 K Before K

Congratulations to Serenity Young for reading 1000 Books!

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Head Start TestimonialsVisit our website at www.ssisd.net. Click on Campuses, ECLC, then the Head Start link

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2015-16 SSISD Head StartParent Committee OfficersLeft to Right) Adriana Camacho-Secretary; Brittany Abron- Vice President; La’Quanta Golden

-President;

Malorie

Pardon –

Photographer/Public Relations;

Alex Darden

-Asst. Secretary;

Martha

Mejia &

Yvonna

Hines

Seargent

of Arms

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Head Start OfficersPresident – assists PFCE Specialist with planning meetings. Reads newsletters, PACT, calendars in order to stay abreast of activities. Opens PC meetings with parent pledge. Shares information and encourage parent engagementVice- President – next in rank to president. VP takes president’s place in the event that he or she is not present in meeting. Secretary – keeps accurate records of proceedings of all meetings. Records number of parents in attendance/door prize recipients, reads minutesPhotographer/Public Relations – takes pictures during meetings in an effort to publish activities for newspaper and or social mediaSeargent of Arms– leads the Parent Pledge, and other duties as needed

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Head Start… “The Sky’s the Limit”