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Chehalis Tribal Early Learning Super Hero Community Clean Up Day The Healthy Families Project Provides the following services: „ Parenting skill development through positive native parenting practices and resources. „ Support and assistance in accessing prenatal care for pregnant women. „ Provide developmental guidance and parent-child interaction support. „ Provision of home visits for prenatal through 5 years. „ 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 „ Referral and linkages to other health, developmental, mental health, community and educational supports for the child, caregiver and family as appropriate. For more information please contact: Early Learning Super Heros show their safety gear before Christibeth Burnett going into action to help fight littering in the playgrounds, Healthy Families Project Home Visitor sidewalks and ball fields. Chehalis Tribal Education Dept. Cell: 360-463-1526 Every month at Early Learning, child had on child sized gloves Offce: 360-709-1627 our staff and families are and teachers were monitoring what Fax: 360-273-5207 encouraged to take part in our was being handled ensuring the Email: Spirit Day. children were putting the garbage in bags. The children did such an Each month it is a different theme awesome job and had so much fun Chehalis Tribal Early Learning Programs and a few of our families are with the experience. recognized when they take part in Now Accepting Applications!!! dressing up along with their child. We want to thank our families for The children really enjoy dressing getting involved up, and love showing off their and suggesting Ages 6 weeks to family members while at school great ideas for 5 years old with them. We appreciate our upcoming Spirit and Expectant Mothers families supporting our Spirit Day Days!! too! and having fun with it. Applications for Early On Friday, May 17 our Spirit Head Start, Head Day was “Super Hero.” We had Start & our Expectant an awesome turnout of children, Mother’s/Home Based parents and staff all decked out Program as what Super Hero they chose to be. As you know it was also the Childcare is also available! Community and Cemetery Clean Up, and Early Learning wanted Highly qualifed staff and a wonderful program for families! to be super heroes in action! Most of our classes headed out in capes, hats and masks ready to Please call for more information fght littering at areas that Early 360-273-5514 420 Howanut Road Learning often visits playgrounds, Spirit Day Winners: Terry and or stop by for an application! Oakville, WA 98568 sidewalks and the ball felds. Each Rebecca Youckton!!    Page 11
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