EMAA Bollinger County Head Start

EMAA Bollinger County Head Start

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Be in the lookout for future posts, this is sure to be an awesome activity. 😀
Bollinger County Head Start is closed for the summer. If you need to fill out an application for your child for the fall you can call the EMAA outreach office at 573-238-4220, contact Courtney Laramore at our central office 1-800-392-8663 extension 1112, or e-mail [email protected].

Everyone have a great summer, we will re-open August 1st.
Stop by and see Ms. Brooke, Ms. Jennifer, and Ms. Lisa at the resource fair at Twin City Park today!
Nurse Emily and Jessica from the health department came today to help us learn more about healthy living.
Graduation pictures...5/16/2022
Last night was graduation (more pictures to follow), but this has to be one of my favorite moments from last night. This is Ryder, who is 9 years old, accepting his younger brother, Odin’s diploma because Odin wouldn’t get it. Ryder is the oldest of five children who have been one of our “kiddos”. Dylan Martin Alexis Martin Rebeka K Martin It was awesome seeing Ryder show that much love for his brother.
Cap and gown pictures 2022-2023 year.

Graduation tonight at 6 pm at the United Methodist Church.

Child development program designed for three to five-year-old children from low-income families with the hope of breaking the cycle of poverty.

Operating as usual

06/13/2022

Have a passion for education? East Missouri Action Agency's Head Start program will be conducting open interviews on June 21st! The interviews will take place in both Park Hills and Cape Girardeau. We have multiple different employment opportunities in a variety of locations! Please see the flyer attached for more details.

06/08/2022

Be in the lookout for future posts, this is sure to be an awesome activity. 😀

2022 Bollinger County Great Dinosaur Hunt

Bollinger County is being overrun by Dinosaurs, so it will be Open Season, starting July 1 and run through July 29, 2022.

Together the Bollinger County Building Local Prosperity and the Bollinger County Chamber of Commerce are looking for family friendly open to the public host locations that will allow hunters to come and hunt for dinosaurs.

To participate in this Open Season Hunt here are the requirements:

Your Business or Facility must be IN Bollinger County
Your Business or Facility must be Family Friendly and appropriate for ALL Ages.
Your Business or Facility must be a place that hunters can hunt during normal business hours.
Your business must have set regular business hours so that people can visit your location.

Your Business or Facility must agree to regularly help HIDE the escaped dinosaur in your Business or Facility.
Your Business or Facility must agree to punch or mark hunters punch cards when they find the escaped dinosaur that is hiding in your location.

We will provide you with a Dinosaur to hide, punch cards designed by us, a puncher to mark the punch cards, and a list of participating businesses as well drop box locations.

Hunters must find at least 50% of the hidden Dinosaurs that are roaming loose in Bollinger County and turn in their card no later than 5pm on July 29, 2022. Returned punch cards will be entered in a drawing to win something amazing!

Please complete the form at this link to let us know if you would like to participate - the deadline to participate is June 22, 2022, at 5pm. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdO9QNk5_LAsqhLQacHTT8o76wEl_P7TeJaaEbwQXKQjoUjmg/viewform?usp=sf_link

If you have questions please contact Becky at 573-208-5426 or by email at [email protected].

06/03/2022

Bollinger County Head Start is closed for the summer. If you need to fill out an application for your child for the fall you can call the EMAA outreach office at 573-238-4220, contact Courtney Laramore at our central office 1-800-392-8663 extension 1112, or e-mail [email protected].

Everyone have a great summer, we will re-open August 1st.

06/03/2022

Stop by and see Ms. Brooke, Ms. Jennifer, and Ms. Lisa at the resource fair at Twin City Park today!

06/01/2022

Bollinger County Head Start is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Children must meet income and age requirements. To be eligible the child must turn 3 years-old before August 1, 2022 and turn 5 years-old after August 1, 2022 (birthday is too late to attend kindergarten). If you have a child or know someone that would benefit from Head Start they can stop by the center, Monday through Thursday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm and Friday 7:30 am -4 pm or call 238-3652.

05/27/2022
It's now easier to send EMAA Bollinger County Head Start a message. 05/24/2022

It's now easier to send EMAA Bollinger County Head Start a message.

It's now easier to send EMAA Bollinger County Head Start a message.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/17/2022

Nurse Emily and Jessica from the health department came today to help us learn more about healthy living.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/17/2022

Graduation pictures...5/16/2022

05/17/2022

Last night was graduation (more pictures to follow), but this has to be one of my favorite moments from last night. This is Ryder, who is 9 years old, accepting his younger brother, Odin’s diploma because Odin wouldn’t get it. Ryder is the oldest of five children who have been one of our “kiddos”. Dylan Martin Alexis Martin Rebeka K Martin It was awesome seeing Ryder show that much love for his brother.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/16/2022

Cap and gown pictures 2022-2023 year.

Graduation tonight at 6 pm at the United Methodist Church.

05/13/2022

Bollinger County Head Start is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Children must meet income and age requirements. To be eligible the child must turn 3 years-old before August 1, 2022 and turn 5 years-old after August 1, 2022 (birthday is too late to attend kindergarten). If you have a child or know someone that would benefit from Head Start they can stop by the center, Monday through Thursday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm and Friday 7:30 am -4 pm or call 238-3652.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/12/2022

Playday 5/11/22

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/12/2022

We had some great volunteers yesterday at Play Day. Thank you to everyone who made it successful.

More pictures to follow.

05/11/2022

We are so thankful for Ms. Luz Calderon. She has volunteered her time 5.5 hours this week, and plans on becoming a regular volunteer. She does wonderful interacting with the children, we look forward to dancing with her on Dance Day.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/10/2022

More water play pictures. 💙

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/10/2022

The children loved the time spent in water play this morning.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 05/06/2022

A great big thanks to our teachers, Ms. Jennifer, Ms. Brooke, Ms. Annie, and Ms. April. I can think of no better way to tell you how important you are than to let you know what the children like most about having you as a teacher:

Willie-playing with the doll house.
Anberlin-I get to play.
Bentley A.-I like painting my hands.
Jaxon-Playing with toys.

05/06/2022

This. 💜

(via The Teacher Next Door)

04/19/2022

Below is the policy regarding the FEMA Storm Saferoom located at Bollinger County Health Center. This policy is directed by FEMA requirements and is provided to answer any concerns.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 04/14/2022

Thank you to everyone who made this morning’s egg hunt a success! And to Ashley Sullivan for making the children laugh and smile by being the Easter bunny. Happy Easter!

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 04/13/2022

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 04/13/2022

Class A dyeing eggs with cool whip and food coloring.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 04/13/2022

Class B dyeing eggs with shaving cream mixed with food coloring.

04/12/2022
04/10/2022
Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 04/06/2022

A big thanks to Ava’s family for donating guinea pigs to our center.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 03/30/2022

Ms. Teresa sharing her talents with the children.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 03/28/2022

Class B exploring the road grader.

Photos from EMAA Bollinger County Head Start's post 03/28/2022

The theme in Class A this week is construction. The county brought a road grader for everyone to explore today.

Timeline photos 03/22/2022

Timeline photos

Educational and environmental psychologists, along with educators in the field, have taken a keen interest in fort building. It’s a constant presence in early and middle childhood, the creation of places, often in plain site, and the experts agree that den, fort or secret space creation offers a host of cognitive and psychological benefits for the developing child.

“When children build new spaces for play, they create a new world to experience, and that experience creates a new world – one that runs according to different material and social rules.

What this means is that play gives children the opportunity to change their world to suit them. When children construct their own play environments, they naturally create ones that are most responsive to their needs, both at the moment and in terms of their long-term development.

The benefits to the children are clear – stronger senses of self and community, belief in one’s own abilities to construct, adapt and demolish, the chance to identify and satisfy one’s own social, material and spatial needs.”

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03/21/2022

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