Thanks to the Dena'ina Dental Clinic's Kris Smith and Gail Vidal for donating time and energy to provide fluoride treatments to the students.
Thanks also to Laurie Johnson of the Public Health Clinic for performing student hearing and vision re-screenings.
Thanks to the Fireweed Herb Garden and Gifts for donating spring bulbs for the garden.
The classes went on their first swimming field trips, sponsored by the Salamatof Indian Tribe. Thanks to the parent volunteers who attended. Classes also have visited the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge this month.
On Friday, Central Emergency Services and Kenai Fire Department staff members brought the "Learn Not to Burn" puppet show to students. Kids also celebrated fall and Halloween with classroom crafts and activities.
There will be free CPR and first aid training at the PRISM training center Saturday and Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Head Start parents and guardians. To sign up, contact Debbie or Sonja at 283-0707.
Dr. Thomas Phelan's 123 Magic training will be from 9:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 13 at the Family House. To participate, contact Sonja.
Thirty-two students 56 percent of Head Start students had perfect attendance in September.
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