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Monday, July 7, 2014

Monday, June 23, 2014

2013 – 2014 Policy Council Representatives!
1st Row  Latoya Braswell (Member), Brandy Tidwell (Chair Person), Verline Dotson (Head Start/Early Head Start Director), Courthney Calvin (OHSAI Representative), Debbi White (Treasurer)
2nd  Row  Rosie Reed (Parliamentarian), Tim Collier (Community Representative) , Janelle Richardson (Community Representative

On June 19, 2014 Policy Council held its End Of The Year Review with the theme of “Cultivating the Seed for Lifelong Learning.” Each representative of Policy Council was instrumental in the success of the program over the last year.  The following accomplishments were highlighted during The Year End Review: Coordinating the National Child Abuse Month, DRS Application submittal, Ohio Head Start Association Inc. Parent Ambassadors Program, 1st Quarter Head Start Child Outcomes Report PY 2013-2014 approval and  In-Kind Waiver Submission to name a few.

Policy Council also participated in a number of Community Service events such as: 2014 Closing the Health Gap, Pitching for Peace, Big Top Yard sale, Bring Our Men Home Fatherhood Event and Juneteenth Festival

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Monday, April 28, 2014


Understanding your child’s typical development and behaviors.

“Is this normal?” You’ve probably asked this question of your mom, brother, best friend, pediatrician and your child’s teacher or daycare provider. You may have compared your child’s growth and development to that of other children you know. You most likely have read all about things to do to give your child a head start but not sure when to start. In fact, you would not be normal if you didn’t wonder about what to expect and what to do as your child grows. In this workshop, parents will be able to identify what is considered age-appropriate, or ‘normal’ developmental tasks and ways to encourage and support the various stages of their child’s growth from birth to pre-adolescence.