|Giving families a Head Start one child at a time.||
Central Montana Head Start
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Family Advocacy - Parent Involvement:Parents play an important role in the development of and decisions regarding program development.
All parents are encouraged to volunteer in the classroom, attend monthly parent meetings, and become a member of the Policy Council, which works hand-in-hand with our agency's Board of Directors to help govern our organization.
Special efforts are also made to get dads or significant males involved through special events and projects.
Learning in the ClassroomWe begin our learning adventures by learning about one another and forming our school family.
Parents and volunteers are encouraged to contact the classroom teachers or center directors to arrange a time to visit and assist in the classrooms.
We look forward to your visit and appreciate your support for Central Montana Head Start and our families!
Learning at HomeSometimes in the life of a parent, we get caught up in daily activities and lose our way of learning with our children. Here at Head Start, we can help...we have ample resources and fun ideas for things you can do with your child at home or just integrate into your daily routine.
We are currently sending home LITERACY KITS to any interested family. These literacy kits include fun filled learning activities for you and your child to do together, then return whenever you are done. Please remember, your child's education is important, and so is the effort that you put into helping them build it!
Talk to your teacher or a staff member about how you and your child's dedication to lifelong learning can be put into affect, helping to continue providing quality services to our communities through your weekly In-Kinds (those green papers everyone loves!).
We appreciate your support and dedication tell help the children of the future succeed to their highest potential!
Everyday ParentingSome good ways to help our students be successful.
A consistent routine is most beneficial to children. A regular bedtime/nightime routine helps children get the rest they need to be successful students.
Ask questions about their day at school, find out what their favorite part was and why.
Ask us for help. If you need help at home, for work, or any other aspects. We are here to help!
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