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Yearly Archives: 2019

Tucker Turtle visits Maple Drive to teach the children a PBIS method to manage anger/frustration.  He teaches them to take time, to tuck and think of a better solution.
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Erin Ford of Webster County Conservation, visited Maple Drive Head Start on Oct 22, 2019 and talked to the students about bats.
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On Thursday October 10, Trooper Tracey Teague stopped by Maple Drive Head Start to talk with all of the students about Stranger Danger.  He stressed the importance of being safe around people you know and those you don’t.
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For our March Webster County Socialization, our topic was Nutrition. We had a guest speaker from the Iowa State Extension office, Carolyn Maschino, nutrition coach.  She taught us how much sugar our favorite sweet drinks have in them. A lot!  Kiddos  got to play with food themed puzzles, color some pictures and make new friends!
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Thank you to Coldwell Banker for the donation of a new twin mattress.  Donations like these help support our children to a safe place to sleep.  Our agency is always grateful for community support. (Featured in the photo is Troy Anderson and EHS Staff Cassie Johnson)
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Flooring America, along with other community businesses, generously donate to help supply baby beds for families in need who participate in the Early Head Start Program. (Flooring America staff and a EHS staff member pictured)
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Beginning Monday, March 4th, 2019 Maple Drive Head Start will begin class at 8:15 and dismiss at 2:45.  This will continue through the last day of school, which is anticipated to be June 4th.  If your child rides the bus, please anticipate a 15 minute earlier pick up time and a 15 minute later drop off time.  This will not […]
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Tai Anna Mericle participating in a sensory activity during a home visit.
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Michelle Snyder, Fort Dodge Pizza Ranch General Manager, holds 65 coupons for a free kids buffet which will be shared with Y.O.U.R., Inc. Head Start families.  These certificates will be given to children and families as acknowledgement for PBIS.  Michelle also mentioned that they strongly believe in giving back to the community and enjoy making a difference.
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