Watch this video for promising practices from a Head Start program for migrant families in San Luis Obispo, CA. Learn ways to foster strong relationships and partnerships between families and staff. Effective partnerships support parent-child connections, family well-being, and goal-setting.
Loose Parts on the Playground
Head Start staff are encouraged to watch this webinar about the importance of active supervision. It was part of a week of interactive webinars and online discussion around keeping children safe. Discover practical active supervision strategies for use in the classroom and at home.
Seasonal influenza affects many children and adults each year. Watch this webinar to learn simple ways to prevention and control strategies influenza tothat can help to protect children and their caregivers.
Marco Beltran, Office of Head Start (OHS), shares how Region IX grantees—Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA) and Contra Costa—have implemented strategies around child supervision. See how these grantees use redundant systems to make sure all children are accounted for in the classroom and on the playground in this 30-minute webinar. Amanda Bryans, director of the Education and Comprehensive Services Division, OHS, also joins the webinar for a question and answer session.
Watch this webinar from the National Center on Health to explore the six active supervision strategies. Find out how they can transform child supervision in your Head Start or Early Head Start program. This webinar will provide staff with tips that can be used in classrooms, on playgrounds, and in family child care homes.
Join Joan Lunden as she looks at the dire state of homeless children and their struggles to get a basic education.
Resilient people of all ages are better able to cope with stress, adversity, and change. This webinar focuses on the concept of resiliency. It offers practical ways to promote resilience in children, families, and staff.
A New Mexico Head Start Program describes – in this video- how prepares children and families for their transition to Kindergarten through strong partnerships.
Strategies used by a program to make families and communities support children’s school readiness.