Page 11 - May 2013
P. 11
Early Learning Families Learn the Importance of Budgeting and Saving On Tuesday, April 30 Chehalis questions, thoroughly answering th Tribal Early Learning Programs them and giving sound advice for welcomed Julie Burnett as our families looking to invest, save & guest speaker for our April Parent budget their fnances. We are so Meeting. Julie is the Executive grateful to have Julie as our guest Director of the Chehalis Tribal Loan speaker & offering great resources Fund. Families came out for the for our families that can work with evening to participate in all there is their life and culture. to know regarding family budgeting, something everyone does whether Thank you, Julie! we want to or not! Upcoming Events at Early Julie was most helpful discussing Learning savings accounts for short term goals or long term goals and the best Julie Burnett, Executive Director for the Chehalis Tribal Loan Friday, May 24 th ways to save, save, save! Fund was the featured guest speaker for the April Parent ½ day: please pick your child up by Meeting. She discussed family budgeting, short and long term 12:30 PM goals and the best way to save for your families future. Our families enjoyed turkey No drop off bus service-childcare sandwiches, soup & corn bread our parents could get tips on the best bills. open while our community youth donated ways that work for their family to their time to watch the children so pay bills such as energy and credit Julie was awesome at taking Happy Mother’s Day! Chehalis Tribal Early Learning Programs The Healthy Families Project Now Accepting Applications!!! Provides the following services: - Ages 6 weeks to 5 years old & „ Parenting skill development through positive native parenting practices and resources Expectant Mothers too! - Applications for Early Head „ Support and assistance in accessing prenatal care for pregnant women Start, Head Start & our Expectant „ Provide developmental guidance and parent-child interaction support. Mother’s/Home Based Program „ Provision of home visits for prenatal through 5 years. - Childcare is also available! Highly qualifed staff and a wonderful program for families! „ Developmental and observational screening of the child, caregiver, and family including home safety, developmental concerns, pre/post-natal depression in mothers, domestic violence and family social support Please call for more information 360-273-5514 420 Howanut Road „ Referral and linkages to other health, developmental, mental health, or stop by for an application! Oakville, WA 98568 community and educational supports for the child, caregiver and family as appropriate. North West Head Start Coalition 23rd Annual Conference at the Northern Quest Resort, Spokane, WA For more information please contact: August 5-8, 2013 “Head Start: Creating School Readines Stars through Our Partnership” Christibeth Burnett Healthy Families Project Home Visitor There are over 60 Tribes in over 8 states, that belong to this coalition. It is Chehalis Tribal Education Dept. their goal to provide opportunities for Head Start Program staff to gather Cell: 360-463-1526 together to learn, share, and network their knowledge to enhance their Offce: 360-709-1627 skills, thus benefting Head Start children, their families and communities. Fax: 360-273-5207 If you are interested vist thier website at: Email:    Page 11
   6   7   8   9   10   11   12