By MARIE WOOD | Posted: Sunday, October 26, 2014 12:10 pm (The Land Online) Education Season: Part 1 of a 2-part series on support for the children of migrant farmworkers The banner reads “Para Los Ninos” (for the children) and hangs outside the Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and Early Head Start center housed in
At the June 7, 2014, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council meeting plaques were handed out to two Policy Council members whose terms were up. Diana Escamilla served on the Policy Council program years 2011/2012, 2012/2013, and 2013/2014 Representing the Rochester center. Her last year on the Policy Council she held the Secretary position.
The Tri-Valley group that went to the National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX ran into two past Migrant Head Start parents. On the left is Gladys Martinez. She was on the Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Policy Council program year 2011/2012 and 2007/2008 representing the Grafton center. Gladys
Tri-Valley sent a group to the National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education (NASDME) annual conference in San Antonio, TX. NASDME annually sponsors a National Migrant Education Conference to provide training, leadership, and networking opportunities for all persons concerned with the education of migrant children. The Tri-Valley group ran into former Migrant & Seasonal
The Minnesota Head Start Association (MHSA) recently honored Tri-Valley Program Area Manager Tara Morrison as a Minnesota Head Start Hero (Head Start alumni who became involved in their local community and made a difference). Morrison was recognized at the Minnesota Head Start Heroes Ceremony held at the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minn.
Dennis P. DeMers, President of Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. was honored with the 2014 Plate of Bounty Award on Monday, February 24. The award was bestowed on him by the National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association at the 2014 Annual Conference Luncheon held in Tysons Corner, Virginia. The Plate of Bounty Award acknowledges an individual
The National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association Parent Affiliate Training and Elections were held on February 21, 2014 in Tysons Corner, Va. Maria Gonzalez, Tri-Valley Migrant and Seasonal Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council President was elected as the Vice President of the National and Migrant Seasonal Head Start Association Parent Affiliate. On Saturday,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 11, 2013 CONTACT: Josh Collins, 651-582-8205, firstname.lastname@example.org More Minnesota Children Ready for Kindergarten Than Ever Before 72.8 percent of students prepared to succeed in school, according to data released by Department of Education today ROSEVILLE – Today the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) released the findings of their annual study of
Shelly Goddard (Program Design Manager) and Robyn Klemm (Assistant Center Manager) started working with the Child Care Resource and Referral and The Boys and Girls Club of Rochester, Minn. in 2004 to think of a way they could collaborate to serve all the kids and families in Rochester. After nine years, all their hard work
Story courtesy of Christina Killion Valdez, email@example.com After years of bouncing between jobs and relying on family to care for her three children, Nimo Keyman, of Rochester, found stability in what’s designed to be a temporary program, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start. From April to November, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start offers child development, health