United Way helps Head Start reach school readiness goals


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United Way of the Greater Dayton Area – Preble County Branch Director Amanda Kopf, right, presents a check to Preble County Head Start to help support the goals of school readiness and assistance for teachers. Head Start is a federally-funded preschool program for children ages 3-5, with 15 centers located in communities throughout Butler and Preble County.


EATON — United Way of the Greater Dayton Area – Preble County Branch, presented a check to Preble County Head Start to help support the goals of school readiness goals as well as assistance for teachers. The purpose is to not only prepare students for school, but to involve and educate parents.

Preble County Head Start will partner with Preble County Educational Service Center and the five surrounding districts to collaborate on school readiness, social competence, and parent involvement. Head Start feels strongly that the development of young children is deeply influenced by their family, community, and early educational experiences. They are dedicated to preparing preschoolers to take on the challenges of Kindergarten.

United Way is proud to provide these funds to support not only these goals, but supporting teacher involvement as well. These funds were raised and came directly from the United Way — Preble County Branch Golf Outing proceeds.

their child-focused program has the overall goal of increasing school readiness and social competence of young children.

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area – Preble County Branch Director Amanda Kopf, right, presents a check to Preble County Head Start to help support the goals of school readiness and assistance for teachers. Head Start is a federally-funded preschool program for children ages 3-5, with 15 centers located in communities throughout Butler and Preble County.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_1Head-Start-Pic.jpgUnited Way of the Greater Dayton Area – Preble County Branch Director Amanda Kopf, right, presents a check to Preble County Head Start to help support the goals of school readiness and assistance for teachers. Head Start is a federally-funded preschool program for children ages 3-5, with 15 centers located in communities throughout Butler and Preble County.

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