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    ABRIENDO PUERTAS/OPENING DOORS
    Meetings focus on improving the lives of Latino children in the U.S. across areas such as education, health, and social and emotional wellbeing.
    Salvation Army
    1700 S Burdick, Kalamazoo 49001

    FAMILY RESOURCE NIGHT
    Join Head Start staff and local business vendors for an evening of health resource awareness and fun.
    Kalamazoo Farmers Market
    1204 Bank Street, Kalamazoo 49001

    HEAD START AROUND THE WORLD
    Experience Head Start’s cultures from Around the World as families and staff showcase their culture with the Head Start community.
    Faith Temple Church of God
    402 South Westnedge, Kalamazoo 49007

    HEAD START FAMILY DANCE
    Join Head Start staff and other program families for a fun filled evening of dancing, games, crafts, food, raffles, and more!
    Milwood Head Start
    3400 Lovers Lane, Kalamazoo, MI 49001

    HEAD START ICE CREAM SOCIAL
    Meet Head Start staff, learn about family engagement opportunities and have a fun time with other Head Start families.
    Kalamazoo Farmers Market
    1204 Bank Street, Kalamazoo 49001

    HEAD START OPEN HOUSE
    Learn about your student’s classroom, meet Head Start staff and ask any questions you may have.

    HEALTH SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE (HSAC) MEETINGS
    An opportunity to establish ongoing partnerships between Head Start families, staff and community agencies by taking an active role in promoting and providing comprehensive services to children and families.
    Kalamazoo Community Foundation, Lawrence Room
    402 East Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo 49007

    KPL FIRST SATURDAY
    Kalamazoo Public Library and Kalamazoo Public Schools invited Head Start to host First Saturday where we will enjoy storytime, games and more.
    Kalamazoo Public Library’s Central Library
    315 S Rose Street, Kalamazoo 49007

    MARCH IS READING MONTH
    Sponsored by United Healthcare, families will enjoy a fun-filled evening reading together, learning about the importance of literacy, playing games, and more!
    Bethany Reformed Church
    1833 South Burdick, Kalamazoo, MI 49001

    PARENT COMMITTEE MEETINGS
    Committee meetings serve as an opportunity for families to network, discuss topics of interest and receive important information and updates from Head Start staff.
    Meeting happen Tuesdays; times & locations to be determined by families.

    PARENT WORKSHOPS
    Opportunities to participate in evidence-based parenting workshops designed to increase parenting skills and family relationships.
    Head Start Administration Office
    422 East South Street, Kalamazoo 49007

    POLICY COUNCIL MEETINGS
    Have a meaningful voice in overall operation of the Head Start program while increasing leadership skills, participating on hiring teams, approving policies and procedures, and more. Dinner and childcare provided.
    Head Start Administration Office
    422 East South Street, Kalamazoo 49007

    SUPERMEN: MALE ENGAGEMENT & NETWORKING
    SuperMEN creates a bond between the male participants in a child’s life who see the value of building relationships with their children and each other. The main goal is to help males find various ways to be supportive within their child’s education.
    Head Start Administration Office
    422 East South Street, Kalamazoo 49007 
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