Welcome to FACE Program (Family And Child Education)
The FACE Program has served over 10,000 Native Americans families since it was begun in 1991 by the Office of Indian Education. It is a family literacy program which allows parents to increase their skills so that they may obtain their GED or prepare them to further their education in college, while their children learn in a near by classroom. Parents learn how to work with their children to prepare them for kindergarten. Children learn how to work together to make wise choices, solve problems, follow directions and many other skills that will help them be good students. The native culture and language are essential components of the learning environment, teaching practices and curriculum.
Families with children 0-3 or expecting a baby
Visits made in the home weekly or bi-weekly
Fun! Books, homemade toys, activities
Parents learn to be their child's first teacher
Children learn by playing with their parents
Developmental assessments twice a year
Children receive a book per month from Imagination library & Parent Educator
Adult Education Services
For parents and caregivers with or without children in the early childhood center or Grades K-3
- Parenting Skills
Adult work towards their goals
PACT Time with their children
Job, Life and Computer Skills for Parent time.
Health and Fitness
Children 3-5 Years Old
- Active learning
- PACT Time (Parent And Child Time)-Parents come to the classroom daily to interact with their child through play and learning activities.
- Through dialogic reading children gain knowledge in language development and vocabulary.
Computers and the Internet
Four days a week
Books, Books, Books!
FACE Program Services
Native language and culture
- Adults follow their dreams
- Free services for families
- Field Trips
- Free books every month
- Family Circles
Welcome to the FACE Program
FACE Program Staff
Coordinator/Adult Ed. Teacher: Mr. John Baker
Early Childhood Teacher: Ms. Valerie Manuel
Early Childhood Co-Teacher: Mrs. Veronica Flores
Home Base Parent Educator: Valerie Haceesa