What is F.A.C.E. Program
Family and Child Education
The FACE Program primarily serves families and children prenatal to 5 years of age by providing early childhood education, adult education, and parenting education.
What do we do?
Support parents and primary caregivers in their role as their child's first and most influential teacher. Strengthen family school community connections. Increase parent participation in their child's learning and expectations for academic achievement. Support the unique cultural and linguistic diversity of each American Indian community served by the program. Promote school readiness and lifelong learning.
Provides weekly or bi-weekly home visits. In-Person Service Delivery is a mechanism to support families through an interactive video conferencing platform that allows; two-way, real-time, audiovisual communication between the parent educator and parent(s), guardian(s), or primary caregiver(s) and children.
Includes both preschool and adult education.
- Preschool offers: In-Person Learning; Daily Take-Home packets; PACT Time
Adult Education Program:
In-Person learning; PACT Time/Parent Time; GED Program Support & Attainment; Employability skill training; Trainings to improve parenting skills.
Why is Early Literacy Important? In both Home & Center Based Programs children are enrolled in Early Literacy Programs; Unite for Literacy & Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Dine Culture & Language Lessons/Activities are also emphasized and provided.
Hanaadli FACE Calendar