Head Start is a federally-funded, high quality, family-focused preschool program that promotes the growth and development of children ages 3 to 5. To participate, children must be at least 3 years of age on or before September 1 of the current year and not yet eligible for kindergarten. Eligibility for Head Start is based on family income, with priority given to families whose income is at or below the federal poverty level.
Little Cubs Preschool offers a variety of activities to channel children's energies into positive growing experiences. The purpose of Little Cubs Preschool is to provide all children with adequate opportunities to participate in child development programs. These programs enable the children to enter school with necessary skills, behavior, family stability and support to succeed.
The SMSU Child Care Center offers licensed day care to students, faculty, and staff of the university. The center's overall program promotes development of the total child, physically, socially, and emotionally. There is emphasis on language, arts, communication, math, logical reasoning, science, social-personal growth, art and social studies.
http://www.sbdcassistance.com/ SMSU's BPA Department offers a variety of accredited degree programs. We have undergraduate majors in Agribusiness Management, Accounting, Business Administration, Hotel Restaurant & Institutional Management, Marketing, Political Sci
http://www.smsu.edu/smac/ SMAC is a self-funded entity within the academic marketing program at Southwest Minnesota State University (SMSU). It's mission is to service the marketing and research needs of Southwest Minnesota, while giving “real-world” experience to undergraduate and graduate-level student employees.
Students of all faiths are welcome to be a part of the Holy Redeemer School family. At Holy Redeemer, NO student is turned away because of financial challenges; tuition assistance is available as needed. We continually strive to keep our tuition cost as affordable as possible so that any family desiring to give their child a Catholic Education may do so.
The mission of the Marshall East Campus Learning Alternatives is â€œTo provide students with real-world learning experiences through cooperative planning, flexible learning and fun that will lead to success in life.
At ECFE we believe parents are a child's first teacher. ECFE offers classes that meet one time per week. Each class is meant to be a time for you and your child to play and learn together.
Each ECFE class has: - Parent and child interaction time - Circle time filled with music and movement - Guided play during child/teacher interaction time - A parent discussion time with a parent educator
http://www.swsc.org/ We will be known as the agency of choice that provides high quality, flexible, responsive, and innovative services to our school, city, county, and other governmental agency members.