Early Head Start Annual Report Available

Carey Services’ Early Head Start program has released its annual report for the most recent program year, which ran from May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018. The report highlights various accomplishments for the year, including obtaining the highest levels of accreditation, while serving more than 200 families and children...

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New Early Head Start Director Begins Work

Beth Wickham has joined Carey Services as the director of the agency’s Early Head Start program, replacing longtime director Cathy Queen, who recently retired. Wickham has more than 20 years of experience in Head Start programming. She began her Head Start career as a teacher and eventually became site director...

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October Head Start Awareness Month

Carey Services’ Early Head Start program is participating in National Head Start Awareness Month throughout the month of October. The National Head Start Association organizes national activities to raise awareness for the Head Start and Early Head Start programs throughout the country and for early childhood development issues in general....

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September Access Newsletter Available

Carey Services has released the September edition of Access, the monthly newsletter that highlights agency activities. The Access newsletter features information about the new agency promotional video, titled “When Opportunity Knocks, and also has details about this year’s Expressions art event, which will be Oct. 21. Also in the newsletter is...

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EHS Fall Fest will be Sept. 29

Carey Services Early Head Start and Little Giants Preschool — Head Start are sponsoring their annual Fall Fest on Sept. 29. The event will be 4-7 p.m. at The River Church, 759 S. Lenfesty Ave. in Marion. The event is free and open to the public. Fall Fest activities are...

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Early Head Start Receives Highest Rating

Carey Services’ Early Head Start Program recently received a Level 4 rating from Paths to Quality, Indiana’s quality rating and improvement system for early care and education. The recognition covers the Marion and Hartford City locations. The program has four levels, and each level builds on the succeeding level. All providers...

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