Head Start's daily activities reflect concern of caring community

Posted: Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Kenaitze Cuya Qyut'anen Head Start would like to thank the following local agencies for volunteering their services and time. Jane Fellman and Safety Seal did a presentation on winter safety. Thank you, Mr. Alan, for your superb performance.

Thank you to Investigator Kelly George with the Kenai Police Department for his wonderful 911 Safety and Stranger Danger instruction. Our students enjoyed his cheerful presentation and learned a great many things to watch for when strangers are near.

Staff, students and families were able to go on a field trip to the Kenai Fire Hall; a giant thank you to Engineer Tony and Firefighter Tom for their exhilarating tour of our local fire hall.

We would like to thank Miss Cory for sharing wonderful books with our students. The children so enjoy the story time with our special guest storyteller.

We would also like to thank Kenaitze Indian Tribe for donating the loft for the little Ravens' classroom. Rusty and Billy of the KIT Housing Division did a fantastic job on the workmanship. Now we can enjoy the wonders of playing up on high.

Thank you to the KIT Cultural Heritage staff and Ms. Brenda Trefon for continual support with language and presentations. We study the culture of the Alaskan Peoples daily at Head Start. We couldn't do it without you and Miss Sonja.

We also would like to thank Salamatof Native Association for its continued financial support; the association funded our field trips to the Nikiski pool for the school year among other things.

Head Start's daily activities reflect the caring love our brothers and sisters give us. We are devoted to making our communities a better place for our children. We wish each of you the very best of life's offerings.

Sonja Barbaza, Susie Parks and Kenaitze Head Start staff

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